Is your school championing physical activity and healthy food choices?
Schools can be great drivers for change in young people’s lives. Create a healthy, active culture at your school using the resources below.
Healthy High 5
The Healthy High 5 Award has been launched in Southampton to make it easier for schools to provide healthy and fun activities for all pupils to improve their wellbeing. Learn more about how your school can sign up. At the Early Years level, a similar award - the Healthy Early Years Award - works to improve the health and wellbeing for under 5’s and help families make healthier choices.
Change 4 Life School Zone
The Change 4 Life School Zone is a one stop shop for teachers, assistants and other school-based staff to download free resources on healthy weight.
Guides, plans and learning resources for Key Stages 2 & 3 include
- Lesson plans
- Presentations and ideas to engage the whole school
- Activity sheets
- Celebration certificates
Visit Change 4 Life now to get started on transforming your school.
Making sure your kids are active every day
The Golden Mile is a safe, simple and measurable health and physical activity initiative accessible to all age groups regardless of ability.
We aim to inspire and encourage your school community through physical activity with the focus on fun, rewarding personal achievement, raising money and school competition.
Your interactive School and class pages will do the rest and convert laps into Miles and display the pupil’s progress via graphs, league tables.
We encourage class teachers to champion and take ownership of their class progress along with the pupils. As soon as you register your school the class competitions can begin!
Sign up with Energise Me today, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Education by young people for young people
The Youth Health Champions programme is the result of a partnership between Southampton City Council, No Limits and LifeLab from Southampton University and the University Hospital Trust.
The programme develops peer mentors which harnesses the natural enthusiasm of young people to lead in peer to peer education on lifestyle related health. It’s a level 2 certificate awarded by the RSPH (Royal Society for Public Health) comparable to a GCSE (13 credits).
If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity please get in touch with Kath Woods-Townsend.
Call: 023 8120 8979
My Journey – Helping Southampton get around
We have an exciting range of tools to get parents, pupils and staff travelling to school in more active, healthy and sustainable ways. To download free resources, for help with your School Travel Plan and for news of the latest campaigns and initiatives visit the My Journey web page.
School meals guidance
Nutrition at school is key to a child’s wellbeing.