Students and staff at Eaton Arrowsmith White Rock showed the Lower Mainland how exercise can boost concentration, reduce anxiety and improve cognitive development on Breakfast Television.
This winter, the school added fitness breaks to students’ days to reduce stress in the classroom and help kids strengthen their brains.
Research suggests exercise can have a postitive impact on learning and students at EA White Rock are feeling focused thanks to the fitness program.
Being on Breakfast Television was the perfect way to celebrate Brain Awareness Week, which runs from March 12-18, and promotes the benefits of brain research.
The EA fitness program was also featured in Peace Arch News.
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