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Health Promoting Schools

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  • 1. Health Promoting Schools Healthy Humbie Health Group
  • 2. What is Health Promoting Schools?
    • The Healthy Schools scheme aims to:
    • Promote a strategic whole school approach to developing health.
    • Improve the physical, social, and emotional health and wellbeing of the school community.
    • Support the personal and social development of children.
    • Promote healthy lifestyle.
    • Enhance children’s achievement and involvement in school life.
    • Promote partnership working and community development approaches.
  • 3. Stage 1
    • Preparation and registration
    • Identify priority areas of work
    • Undertake 4 development tasks
    • 1 task identified by pupils
  • 4. Stage 2
    • School Mission Statement
    • School aims
    • Information gathering process
    • A record of development tasks
    • A health action plan
    • Health Education Programme
  • 5. School Vision Statement
  • 6. School Aims
  • 7. Healthy School Links with Family and Community Roles of Specialist Services Health and Welfare of Staff Physical Environment Organisation, Ethos and Climate Curriculum Learning & Teaching
  • 8.
    • Whole school understands and shares Health Promoting Schools
    • Leadership take a holistic view of health and is improving health and wellbeing of pupils, staff and wider community
    • There are mechanisms for all members of the school community to to become involved
    • Development and implementation of a range of health-related policies
    • Good relationships
    • Self-esteem and self-worth promoted
    • Emotional, physical and social needs of pupils are provided for
    • Pupils fee safe and secure in school, physically and emotionally
    Organisation, Ethos and Climate
  • 9. Organisation, Ethos and Climate
  • 10.
    • Promotes health, well-being and learning
    • Health and Safety policies and procedures are in place
    Physical Environment
  • 11. Physical Environment
  • 12.
    • The school is a healthy working environment
    • School management actively promotes the health and well being of staff
    • There are appropriate professional development opportunities for staff
    Health and Welfare of Staff
  • 13. Health and Welfare of Staff What can I do to make the staff feel better about themselves?
  • 14.
    • The curriculum and approaches to learning provide appropriate challenge, participation and support for all pupils and have a positive effect on their health and well-being
    • There is a comprehensive health education curriculum that is pupil-centred
    • There is appropriate training/support to help teachers deliver the health education curriculum
    • There is effective and inclusive parental consultation, and participation where appropriate, with regards to the health education curriculum
    Curriculum Learning & Teaching
  • 15. Curriculum Learning & Teaching
  • 16.
    • There is good parental/family involvement in and support of the school, particularly health promotion
    • There are effective links with the wider community
    Links with Family and Community
  • 17. Links with Family and Community
  • 18.
    • There is appropriate specialist input/involvement in school, in the classroom and beyond.
    • The school has effective systems in place for accessing external support for pupils
    Roles of Specialist Services
  • 19. Roles of Specialist Services
  • 20. Lesley Nicholson
  • 21. Thank you for listening
    • Please fill in our questionnaire!