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Daisy and her family join a gym, some primary pupils worry about going to big school while Sam and Nathan do a deal with their mum on healthy eating.
Personal and health issues are highlighted in the three stories which feature in this programme. In the first story, "My Fit Family", Daisy persuades her stepdad to give up smoking so the whole family can reap the benefits of joining a gym.
Daisy learns that to burn off the calories in a packet of crisps you have to skip for 20 minutes, and that to do the same after drinking a bottle of cola, you'd have to row for 35 minutes.
"Big School Blues" features Moss Hey Primary School in Stockport where pupils voice their worries about going to big school.
They spend a day at nearby Bramhall High to see what it's like for themselves and are given the chance to ask questions like: "Will I get my head pushed down the toilet?".
In "Our Meal Deal", twins Sam and Nathan make a video diary about what they eat and tell us about the pact they have made with their mother to achieve a balanced diet.
Part of the series: School Matters