Healthy High 5 Award for secondary schools

The Healthy High 5 Award (HH5) for secondary and senior schools is slightly different than the award for primary schools. One of the stars has been replaced and two of the other stars have been changed to make it more relevant for senior school pupils. These goals will also link in with Life Lab, a service provided at Southampton General Hospital to help educate young people about lifelong health.

1 Physical activity SHOW

2 Mindfulness minute SHOW

3 Water beats fizzy and energy drinks SHOW

4 Shorter queues for healthier lunch options SHOW

5 Love your lungs SHOW

Recognising achievement

A digital logo is awarded to the school when they are ‘working towards’ the award and when the school has ‘achieved the award’. This can be placed on the school website and documentation.

The school will be awarded a certificate to display when the award has been achieved after each term. A celebration event (date to be confirmed) will take place to acknowledge the achievements of schools that are working towards and that have achieved the award.

Contact us

If your school would like to sign up to the award please email and award documentation will be sent to you.

If you require additional information or further support for pupils with additional/specific needs, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to discuss how the award can be adapted to support the needs of your pupils and along with any additional support you may need.

Information pack

You can learn more about the award by downloading the information pack.