Fourth Year students learn from the Teenage Cancer Trust

Fourth Year students at St George's College taking part in PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education)  have been learning direct from the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Amongst other things, the girls and boys were taught about the early warning signs of cancer that should be looked out for: unexplained extreme tiredness; a lump/bump or swelling; persistent pain; changes in moles or significant rapid weight change. 

The whole purpose of the talk was to help raise awareness of cancer in teenagers and to encourage students to talk about it.

More information can be found at www.teenagecancertrust.org.uk

2 February 2017

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