Conferences, events and celebrations
In this section you will find events that Swindon Healthy Schools have been involved in, feel free to browse.
HarmLESS Training - September 30th 2019
Harmless is a tool developed by Oxford Health (CAMHS)Its a resource for staff who have contact with young people who self harm.
To promote this programme Swindon are offering a FREE training session to all local providers. The training will be lead by Paul Stallard, Head of Psychological Therapies at CAMHS. 40 spaces are avaialble, 2 free spaces per school are available on a first come first serve basis.
The training will take place at The Meadow from 2pm -4pm.
Jigsaw Families Training
As a result of our successful bid to the innovation fund for supporting children of Alcohol Dependant Parents, we are offering fully funded Jigsaw Families Training to Primary Schools.
To find out more about this training please visit the website:
or contact the Jigsaw Families Manager - Angela Milliken on 07772191210 or email her at: email@example.com
2019 Another Year and Another Successful Schools Celebration Event!
Congratulations to 21 Swindon Schools for receiving a Healthy Schools Award at the Schools celebration event in July.
This was a 100% increase in awards received last year. The awards ranged from:
10 Schools achieving the Mental Health Award
3 Pre Schools achieving Bronze Early Years Award
1 Early Years Centre receiving the first Early Years Silver Award
4 Primary Schools achieving Healthy Schools Silver Status
1 new school achieving Healthy Schools Gold Award
1 School for the third year running achieving Gold Status
We had a special award for 2 Secondary Schools, which was for designing a logo for Smoke Free School Gates.
Excellent engagement and achievement from all our schools - A Big Well Done!
Schools Excellence and Achievement Awards 2018:
2018 Excellence and Achievement awards, was again a great success and a lovely way to celerate the excellence of Swindon Schools and teachers. Each year Healthy Schools increases in the number of schools encouraging and improving health and wellbeing of the young people in Swindon. This is great to see and we would like this to continue growing.
Colebrook Primary, Covingham Park Primary, Lawn Primary and Oliver Tomkins Primary all achieved the Healthy Schools Silver Award.
Evidence shows that providing young people with positive healthy attitudes from an early age benefits and encourages healthy lifestyle choices. Therefore we have introduced the Early years award. The Swindon Healthy Early Years Programme (SHEYP), Award was pilotted by 3 early years centres: Rodbourne Cheeny Pre School, Moredon Pre school and Central Robert Le Kyng.
It was also another successful year for the Mental Health Award,3 more schools achieved this award: Haydonleigh Primary, Rodbourne Primary and Covingham Park Primary.
For the second year running Westlea Primary managed to retain their Gold Award. They have sustained the positive work they do to encourage healthy eating, increasing physical activity, improving mental health and raising attainment.
Congratulations and Well Done to all our schools who achieved awards at this celebration event.
We want more schools to engage and achieve, so we can upload your photographs to this page !
Healthy Schools Silver Award – Lawn Primary
Swindon Healthy Early Years Programme Award for Central RLK, Moredon Pre - School & Learning Tree Pre-School c/o Rodbourne Cheney Primary
Mental Health Awards for Covingham Park Primary, Rodbourne Cheeny Primary & Haydonleigh Primary
Second Year running Healthy Schools Gold Award – Westlea Primary
Healthy Schools Silver Award - Covingham Park Primary
Healthy Schools Silver Award – Colebrook Primary
Healthy Schools Silver Award – Oliver Tomkins Primary
Swindon Healthy Schools Award event
Francis C of E Primary School Choir
Westlea Primary school receiving their Gold award
Councillor Mary Martin
Director of education - Peter Nathan
Director of Public Health - Cherry Jones
Motivational Guest Speaker - Jasper Fforde