Be A Champion is an app-based pupil health, wellbeing and mentoring programme developed in partnership with Jamie Peacock and Schools Advisory Service. Piloted in 2018, the programme has helped numerous children and young people across the country. It is easy to fall into bad habits which affect our physical and mental health, Be A Champion encourages pupils to change those habits, educates pupils about health and wellbeing and rewards pupils for participating.
Jamie Peacock MBE is an English professional rugby league player, known as one of the most successful players in Super League History. In his career, Jamie has played for the Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls, captained both Great Britain and England at international level, won nine Super League championships, four Challenge Cup winner medals, named to the Super League Dream Team eleven times and, in 2003, won the prestigious Man of Steel award.
Focusing on four habits which affect health and wellbeing so substantially, Jamie was confident, healthy and as a result became a champion. With the programme guidance, commitment and determination - you too can Be A Champion.