Public Health England (PHE) has published the Child Health Profile pdfs which present data across key health indicators of child health and wellbeing.
The profiles provide an annual snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England and sit alongside an interactive version which is available for both local authorities and CCGs.
They are designed to help local organisations understand the health needs of their community and work in partnership to improve health in their local area.
Alcohol Education Trust is able to provide the following alcohol education resources free of charge to UK schools:
- Teacher Workbook (100 pages of lesson plans, games and quizzes organised by topic and year group) – 1 copy
- ‘Alcohol and You’ student guide – up to 250 copies
- ‘Talking to Kids about Alcohol’ parent guide – up to 250 copies
Our resources are:
- DfE approved
- PSHE Association quality assured
- Listed as one of the Early Intervention Foundation’s top 50 most effective programme
Order your free resources for September Now!
In the school year 2014/15, Eat Like A Champ (ELAC) inspired over 60,000 Year 5 children across the UK to live healthier lifestyles. This free, healthy eating educational resource was developed by the British Nutrition Foundation in collaboration with Danone.
When schools register they receive access to:
- online resources,
- with 6 lessons plans,
- homework activities
- and online games.
As part of the ongoing collaboration between Healthy Schools London and ELAC, for next school year they will once again offer all Healthy Schools London schools who register for ELAC a free toolkit containing hardcopies of the resources including stickers, card games and homework booklets to inspire your class.
Pre-register now at www.eatlikeachamp.co.uk
This Summer, Change4Life with Disney returns with 10 Minute Shake Up activities inspired by the new Disney·Pixar Finding Dory film. The campaign encourages kids to ‘Just Keep Moving’ to help reach the 60 minutes of exercise they need each day through 10 minute bursts of moderate to vigorous activity.
Primary schools will receive Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 PE curriculum linked 10 Minute Shake Up with Disney-inspired PE lesson plans with additional activities to use throughout the year. Pupils will also receive fun wall charts for the kids to take home and record their activity over the summer holidays.
Keep an eye out for teaching packs arriving now in all primary schools that receive the School Fruit and Veg Scheme deliveries.
Search Change4Life website for more information and subscribe to keep up to date with new campaigns and resources.
Get your free pack! Sing Up and Healthy Schools London have worked in partnership to bring you an excellent free resource that promotes staying healthy and happy using singing.
‘Get healthy, get singing’ includes inspiring materials promoting better health and wellbeing through song. Plus, when you sign up as a Sing Up Friend you get 10 free songs to get started with.
Download your free pack now at www.singup.org/healthy-schools CDs are also available from your local Healthy Schools Borough Lead.