Committed to promote oral health and well being in the local community, Dr Moira Wong recently visited 3 schools in Chelsea and Kensington; Frederick Hugh House, Chelsea Pre-Prep and Lloyd Williamson school, following the success of previous talks at Hawkesdown House School and Ladbroke Square Nursery.
As their website says, “Frederick Hugh House is an independent, special school in the Royal Borough of Chelsea, imbued with a combination of inspiration, aspiration and innovation.” It was such a pleasure to talk to students about how to keep their teeth clean and healthy.
“Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery provides children from ages 2 to 5+ years with opportunities to learn across all areas of development from a huge variety of activities throughout the day. These include classes from the Chelsea Ballet School, Blueberry Music School, All Sorts Drama School and Little Kickers Sports lessons.” When Moira arrived at the nursery, she was surprised to see how lovely and beautiful the whole environment is, with 58 children spreading across 6 large classrooms including a separate area for extracurricular lessons and their own sensory area. Here, Moira used model dinosaurs to demonstrate how we should clean our teeth and what food is not healthy for our teeth!
“Lloyd Williamson School is an independent, coeducational Nursery, Pre-Preparatory and Preparatory school in the heart of central London, educating children from 6 months to 14 years. Lloyd Williamson School offers a breadth and depth of education, which goes beyond academic success in examinations and into every sphere of life.” Pupils made Moira feel extremely welcome, were so polite and had lots of questions about keeping their teeth healthy. Dr Wong also ran a fun and engaging quiz on what foods are good and bad for our teeth.
The three visits received lots of positive feedback from staff and students at the schools, confirming Dr Wong’s commitment to help promote oral health, especially at early ages.
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