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!
Nearly 80% of our schools are actively engaged in the programme - they have either achieved the healthy schools 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 aim to continue this personalised support for schools to focus on their individual health and wellbeing needs. We also ensure schools are supported in line with locally identified health priorities.
To engage with our programme and to receive this support please get in touch!
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Download the latest edition of the Healthy Schools Newsletter
The latest Healthy Schools newsletter is now available to download - if you have not received your personal copy in School.
The big launch of Beat the Street Swindon took place yesterday. Beat The Street is a fun way to get fit in 6 weeks, by walking cycling or running, starting 12th September - 24th October. Register to...
Last year Swindon Healthy Schools introduced the Mental Health Award. The award enables Swindon Schools to review their practice to support and encourage positive mental health of staff...
Physical Activity Framework Encouraging young people to be physically active at school can lead to greater academic and sporting aspirations. It also helps with better physical and emotional health and...