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BeeZee Families

Healthy habits to last your family a lifetime

Make small, realistic changes which make a big difference - and have fun doing it!

16 weeks to a healthier, happier family

BeeZee Families is a completely free, award-winning healthy lifestyles programme for 5-15 year olds and their families.

Our fun-filled, family-focussed sessions are filled with exciting activities and practical healthy eating advice to help you feel great and live your best life!

Why Join BeeZee Families?

  • Healthy lifestyle changes that will make your whole family feel healthier and happier
  • Discover delicious and nutritious meals that everyone will love
  • Our expert nutritionists are always on hand to answer your questions and solve your problems
  • Meet other families and work together as a team to support each other on your healthy journeys
  • It's fun! Weight management and behaviour change sounds boring, but it really doesn't have to be :)
What will we be doing?
Fun healthy eating sessions

You will learn how to cook healthy family meals, join in with fun healthy eating sessions and get to try tasty snacks!

Loads of exciting activities

We play loads of fun games and activities like trampolining, dodgeball, badminton and more!

Making healthy habits

Being healthy doesn’t mean eating boring stuff – we help you discover what’s right for you and your family in a realistic and achievable way.


All our programmes are completely free!

Normally you get what you pay for, but in this case Public Health England have paid for everything, so you get an award-winning programme for nothing.

We’re running BeeZee Families in Brighton & Hove, Gloucestershire, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, and London (Brent, Enfield, Waltham Forest and Hounslow only).

Brighton & Hove

  • St Marks Primary School, Kemptown, on Tuesdays at 6-8pm
  • Balfour Primary School, Fiveways, on Thursdays at 5-7pm


  • Kingsway Community Centre, Quedgeley, on Mondays at 4.30-6.30pm
  • St Johns C of E Academy, Coleford, on Tuesdays at 4.30-6.30pm
  • The Redwell Centre, Matson, on Thursdays at 5-7pm


  • Ridgeway Academy, Welwyn Garden City, on Mondays at 5-7pm
  • Allum Hall, Borehamwood, on Mondays at 5-7pm
  • The Hemel Hempstead School, Hemel Hempstead, on Tuesdays at 5-7pm
  • Oxhey Wood School, Watford, on Tuesdays at 5.30-7.30pm
  • Barnwell Middle School, Stevenage, on Thursdays at 5.30-7pm

The next sessions start in September. There are still spaces left, but we expect to fill them all, so don’t wait too long!

To be eligible for BeeZee Families, you need to live in Brighton & Hove, Gloucestershire, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, or London (Brent, Enfield, Waltham Forest and Hounslow only).

At least one of your children also needs to be between 5-15 years old and above their ideal weight based on the BMI centile chart. We can help you work this out if you’re not sure – just fill in the signup form and we’ll give you a quick call to go over everything 🙂

The whole family is welcome (and encouraged) to attend!

Most children come with their parents, and the parents often come away having learned just as much as their kids. Plus this way you can support each other and put what you’ve learned into practise straight away.

Absolutely not.

We understand that you might have had bad experiences in the past with dieticians and other professionals. That happens a lot, but BeeZee Bodies is different.

Raising a healthy family is hard, and we’re all just doing our best. We want to make that journey easier, not harder. We’re not here to judge you – we’re here to help you!

Our top priority is your child’s physical and mental health. We don’t focus on weight, we NEVER use the ‘f’ word, and we promote positive body image in all the children we work with.

We don’t put children on damaging diets or force them to exercise. Instead we guide them towards finding healthy foods they like, educate them on how to eat a balanced diet (which includes yummy treats in the right amounts!), and encourage them to find joy in movement.

It can be really difficult to raise the issue of being overweight with your child. However, by addressing it now, you will help them to adopt healthy skills for life and grow into healthy, happy adults!

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