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Update: New child obesity figs, Sport England activity data, free mental health workshop

Update: S.E. Active Lives data, child obesity figs, Surrey Safeguarding Board conference
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New childhood obesity data

National Child Measurement figures from NHS Digital for the 2016/17 academic year reveal that nationally, 22.6% of reception-age children were overweight or obese, with the rate climbing to more than one in three for Year 6. Deprivation was again shown to be a driving factor - and getting worse - while boys were more likely to be obese than girls.

Surrey's combined overweight and obese rates were around one in six in reception, and over a quarter in Year 6.

Reminder: safeguarding conference

The Surrey Safeguarding Children Board's conference "Under the Radar" takes place on 22 November at Epsom Downs Racecourse from 9am, with emphasis on teenage care.

Latest 'Active Lives' release

Sport England have released data which looks at the levels of adult physical activity across the nation for the year to May 2017. While Surrey is above average overall, the Active Lives figures show that some residents could do more to help themselves.

Nationally, more than a quarter of the population (25.6%) are classed as inactive, meaning they do less than 30 minutes of any activity per week. At 21.6% Surrey is better, but it still means more than 200,000 adults aren't moving anywhere near enough. Figures for individual boroughs range from 27.8% to 17.7%.

Preventing falls through exercise

Across Surrey, subsidised classes are now on offer to help improve strength and balance among older residents, with 'Otago' training aimed at the over 65's.

Established as part of the Get active 50+ programme, the scheme has got off to a good start with over 230 people attending the sessions which help combat falls. (cited by Age UK as the biggest single cause of emergency hospital admissions in the over 65's). New starters can join a class at any time and see the benefits.

Exercise and mental health

A study by Australia's Black Dog Institute indicates that just an hour of physical activity per week can substantially lessen depression risk. People who classified themselves as sedentary were 44% more likely to develop depression than their peers who exercised for 1-2 hours a week.

NB. Active Surrey and Time to Change Surrey are running a free mental health awareness workshop for HR Managers on 9/11 at 2pm in Woking. Please email to book.

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