How to make healthy living habitual
- Prize Category: Supporting Healthy Lives
- Format: Immersive performance
- Country: Spain
- Languages: Streamed live in English with automated captions in Arabic, English, French, Filipino, Hindi, Japanese, Malay, Portuguese, Serbian, and Spanish.
- Learn more about the Top Ten Shortlisted Schools in the Supporting Healthy Lives category on the World’s Best School Prizes website.
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About the school
Trilema Zamora, a school in Zamora, Spain has embarked on an innovative programme that teaches its students – many of whom come from low income, immigrant and ethnic minority backgrounds – healthier ways to eat, sleep, exercise and even breathe.
The school wants students to become the protagonists of their own learning and encourages independent thinking and personal projects that cater to each student’s own interests. Its FLUYE Happy & Healthy Kids project is designed to educate students from infant to secondary level in practices that promote healthier life choices, which are key to children’s physical and intellectual development. The idea is that by starting young, its students will be able to incorporate such health techniques and tips as an inherent part of themselves as they get older. From eating the right food, using certain sleep patterns, breathing techniques and physical exercise, the programme seeks to drill in the lifestyle behaviours that eventually become habit. The project’s values are later incorporated into classroom material, in particular PE Science and other subjects like Values and Wellbeing and Tutor Time.
Teachers are fully trained to deliver the FLUYE programme, which also involves management staff, school monitors, carers and administrative and service staff, parents’ associations and communities and families.
Join us as we showcase our school FLUYE programme.
Moderator: Carmen Pellicer Iborra
Carmen Pellicer is a theologian, pedagogue and writer. She chairs the Trilema Foundation and is director of the publication Cuadernos de Pedagogía. It also owns seven educational centres in Spain. Since 2016, Carmen has also been one of the leading social entrepreneurs in Ashoka’s global network in the field of education. He has participated in different programs of Project Zero, Harvard, where he did a program on Multiple Intelligences. He leads training programs for teachers and managers inside and outside of Spain. He has written numerous stories, books and educational materials. She is co-author of ‘The White Paper on the Teaching Profession’ and other books resulting from her research.
Speaker 1: Eva Martín Miguelez
Graduated in Early Childhood Education from the University of Extremadura and Graduated in Primary Education, with a mention in Foreign Language (English) from the Pontifical University of Salamanca. She began her professional career at the Trilema Pobla school in La Pobla Llarga, Valencia, in 2017 as a tutor for a 1st year class. Since September 2017 she has been working at the Trilema Zamora school as an English teacher for children and primary school and also she is the Head of Studies and coordinator for children since January 2021.
Speaker 2: Miguel García Morell
Graduated in English Philology from the University of Valencia, he graduated in Contemporary Studies from the University of Coventry in the United Kingdom, within the Erasmus Program.
He has teach numerous coaching and teacher professional development and accompaniment courses, has been director of Trilema El Pilar in Madrid, coordinator of the Learning Schools network and, now, is the General Director of the Trilema Schools.
Speaker 3: Francisco Ferrer Falcón
Graduated in Physics from the University of Valencia. He has participated in different congresses and conferences on aspects of innovation, coaching, teacher evaluation and healthy habits. These include Harvard University’s Project Zero Teaching for the Understanding program and Dr Robert Swartz’s comprehensive TBL program, ‘Thinking based Learning’. Currently, he is a professor at the Trilema Soria School and has been working since 2009 with the Trilema Foundation. He has given numerous coaching and mentoring courses and conferences on Methodologies for Learning, Development of Multiple Intelligences, and new methodologies and is co-author of the project Flow, Happy and Healthy Kids.