Regional Launch of the DNA, Children + Young People’s Health Resource
On 20th October, St Michael’s Church of England High School is holding the regional launch of D-CYPHR, the DNA, Children + Young People’s Health Resource. Hosted by TV presenter Ayo Akinwolere, this festival event on health & DNA includes entertainment, activities, crafts, free food and drink, raffle tickets and prizes. At the event, students and parents can find out about the D-CYPHR programme and how young people can participate.
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Entertainment: short performances from Highly Sprung theatre company on health & DNA.
Food: Multi-award winning street food, The English Indian, will be providing their signature pakora battered fish or halloumi and chips with vegan and gluten-free options available. Enjoy a little bit of magic, with frozen mocktails and Liquid Nitrogen Ice-cream served with Dragon’s Breath popcorn from Whipsmiths. Barista coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.
Parent Raffle: chocolates/family meal voucher/Love to Shop vouchers to win
DNA, Children + Young People’s Health Resource
D-CYPHR is a community of young volunteers, aged 11 – 15, helping to improve children’s physical and mental health through medical research. By donating saliva samples and answering questionnaires, the DNA library they are building helps researchers decode the links between genes, the environment, health and disease. We aim to create a healthier future for all young people with transparent research to prevent disease and discover new treatments.
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