The Haemophilia Society
Excitingly, Dr Kate Khair, Nurse Consultant and Director of Research at Haemnet and Liz Carroll, Chief Executive at The Haemophilia Society, have certified Tumble Tots classes as suitable for children living with haemophilia, making our classes even more inclusive for little ones. We will be celebrating the partnership during Healthy Heroes Week commencing in classes across the country from 10th February 2020.
Healthy Heroes Week
Classes will run as normal on the days and times that you would usually attend but with a super special twist… Children will be challenged to take on super fun exercises and heroic activities because having fun whilst being physically active helps them develop a positive attitude towards exercise. If you can’t attend classes that week or want to carry on the fun at home, we have plenty of things to do in our activity leaflet which you can download by clicking here.
Join the Fun
Everyone is invited to join in the fun, including non-members, so to make the week even more extraordinary why don’t you invite your friends to bring their little ones along as well and take part together? They can find their local class and book a trial by clicking here.
Children (and even grownups) can come dressed as their favourite superhero character or invent their very own using our mask template. What superpowers will you have?
Make a Mask
We will be handing out mask templates in class, or if you’re eager to get started you can download one here. Children can colour in and decorate their mask to match their unique superhero theme ready to wear to class during Healthy Heroes Week. Please supervise little ones and we look forward to seeing all their creations!
Job Number: RCUKCOMM00316h
Date of preparation: January 2020