Enfield Council have partnered with BeeZee Bodies to offer free family-focused courses to help you and your children make healthy habits for life!
Join a fun, free, family-focused (oh, and did we mention award-winning?) healthy lifestyles course with BeeZee Families.
Aimed at 5 to 15 year-olds and their families, the course covers topics from healthy snacking, balanced meals, portion size and keeping active together.
Our team of family nutritionists are experts at engaging children around healthy eating and fun exercise, and have plenty of tricks to help you and your kids turn a good behaviour into a healthy habit for life!
BeeZee Families groups run after school in Enfield
Kids will cook healthy meals, take part in fun games and sports, and make loads of friends!
Parents are supported by our team to handle conflict resolution, and benefit from the support network of likeminded families.
Join BeeZee Families for free.
We also offer our BeeZee Families course online!
By choosing BeeZee Live, you can stream our expert family nutritionists directly into your home. These weekly webinars are designed to be fun and interactive - there are plenty of activities, games and quizzes to keep the kids engaged!
You’ll still be able to benefit from the group support too, as we’ll add you into a WhatsApp group where you can chat to other parents for advice and support.
The following programmes are available to promote active travel in Enfield:
- Ready Set Ride
STARS school travel plans
All Enfield schools can access funding and support for safe, sustainable and active travel to school by developing a school travel plan with Transport for London’s STARS programme. You will be assisted by Enfield Council’s designated School Travel Adviser, who will help you identify suitable activities to keep your whole school community - pupils, parents and staff - active and healthy.
By promoting the message of safe and active travel to school, you can progress your STARS accreditation from Bronze to Silver and Gold and to unlock higher levels of support, including funding for cycle parking and activities.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more and to start developing your School Travel Plan.
Visit CycleEnfield for additional activities like cycle and maintenance skills, Dr Bike check-ups, dockless bikes, guided rides and cycle parking.
Ready set ride
Ready Set Ride breaks down learning to ride a bike into three easy to follow steps which can be done at school or at home with parents.
It is delivered through a series of online videos, an easy to understand, bite size resource pack, and is supported by fun games and activities to develop a child’s skills both on and off the bike.
For more information and for groups of schools to apply to receive free training visit Ready Set Ride - schools.
Get active kids!
Physical activity is crucial for your child’s health. They should be active for at least 60 minutes every day, in bouts of 10 minutes or more. Children rarely reach 60 minutes through PE and after-school clubs, so it’s important that they are active at home. Walking or cycling to school are easy ways to reach this target.
Use the following videos, apps and interactive tools to help your children and family to move more.
Aim for 60 minutes a day, anytime, anywhere.
- Lots of cycle routes, events and activities, including cycle training
- Active Enfield - organises a range of fun and engaging sport, dance and health activities all year round
- Parks in Enfield - lots of walking routes, pitches and courts, park activities and volunteering opportunities
- Park Run - free 5km running events for all levels every Saturday morning in Edmonton and Grovelands parks
Physical activity websites
- Healthier Families - lots of ideas to help families move more including 10 Minute Shake Ups!
- English federation of disability sport - information about being physically active for people with a disability