A new initiative will be launched in January to help support Year 11s as they prepare for exam season.
Keys4life is a programme that will run over six weeks at Pool Academy. A group of students have been selected to take part in the hour-long sessions every Tuesday.
The project will look at four areas of health; nutrition, movement, sleep and stress management.
It is hoped students will benefit from the workshops to help prepare them for their GCSE exams later in the year.
Jodie Phillips, Head of Year 11, said: “The project will work with many members of the year group throughout the year and we are very excited to invite this new level of support to boost and prepare our students at Pool Academy.
“This really is a great opportunity for students to focus on their health, happiness and well being leading up to their exams.”
Claire Meakin, Pool Academy Principal, said: “Our students work incredibly hard and I am proud of our teachers doing their best to support this. Keys4Life is just another way they are helping our Year 11s achieve their very best.”