Welcome to Swindon Healthy Schools
This is a FREE programme offered to all Swindon Schools !
An amazing 96% of Swindon Schools have registered on-line to maintain their Healthy Schools Status!
Over 70% of our schools are actively engaged in the programme - they have either achieved the healthy school status for another 3 years or they are in the process of completing it.
Swindon Healthy School is committed to supporting all local schools by; providing the best health related education, promoting good health choices and recommending resources to enhance the PSHE programme and meeting the needs of the new OFSTED Health and well being of young children's framework.
In Swindon we are continuing to support schools focus on their individual health and wellbeing needs in line with locally identified health priorities. For advice and support please get in touch!
What lovely advice 😊 https://t.co/lUIJWePPMQ
02:26 9th September
RT @Cornwall_HW: Slushy drinks are extremely popular with kids...BUT contain around 45g of sugar - That’s as much sugar as around 6.5 dough…
02:21 9th September
Simple but lovely ideas to share with parents who wish to provide packed lunches. https://t.co/3braGcApVy
11:25 8th September
02:56 6th September
Welcome Back #Swindon schools, hope its a good start to the new academic year.
09:40 4th September
Welcome back to the new academic year, hope you all had a relaxing sumer break. Please find our September newsletter full of information and ideas for you to promote.
Change4Life 10 min Shake Ups The 10 minute shake ups from Chang4life are back to keep young people active over the summer break. Most schools will have received their 'shake up' packs for young...
This week is Mental Health Awareness week, raise awarenss in your school, intervene early and provide support for young people who need it. Reduce stigma and encourage young people to thrive. Download...
Don't Miss Out on Funding for Schools ! Soil Association’s Food for Life (FFL) programme helps schools and other settings to enhance their ‘good food’ culture and increase...
The Spring edition of the Healthy Schools newsletter is now available to read and display.