To request advice on how you can get involved with any of the Health and Wellbeing Awards CLICK HERE
Use this quick and easy health check to help you self assess and identify areas for development in your school.
Healthy Eating Self-Assessment
According to Public Health England, schools who take a ‘whole-school approach’, providing healthy meals to all students, show academic improvements at key stage 1 and 2. As part of the Healthy Schools Support Service there is also a stand-alone Healthy Eating Accreditation which schools can work towards at different levels, if they so choose. We will be supporting schools in being able to achieve this through teacher CPD, in-school workshops, lesson plans and resource provision as well as whole school approaches and parent engagement.
To start your self assessment click here
Foodsmart Scheme and Resources
Rates of overweight and obesity in both children and adults are continuing to rise nationally and locally. Helping children to have healthy attitudes and behaviours, along with good evidence based knowledge will enable them to make healthy choices as the default option and will allow them to develop and demonstrate the skills and abilities necessary to make informed choices about what they eat and drink, when and why.
The County Recognition Scheme
This new scheme is to recognise and reward schools delivering regular physical activity via The Daily Mile, through its Core Principles. It is introduced with backing from both the Director of Public Health and the Director of Education at the County Council, to help embed The Daily Mile within the school day.The Daily Mile Core Principles
- Registered schools showing that they are delivering The Daily Mile through the Core Principles will receive a specially designed school fence banner
- To register for The Daily Mile click here
- Schools that can demonstrate that they have truly embedded The Daily Mile , using the Core Principles, will receive The Daily Mile Quality Assurance certificate, endorsed by the Directors of both Education and Public Health
- Minimum period of delivery 4 months to include the first Spring Term
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