Together We Make A Difference

Welcome To Healthy Schools Manchester

Manchester Healthy Schools Team has been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over seventeen years - tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. In November 2016, the team merged with the School Nursing service to create the School Health Service; closely aligning the work of both teams to the Healthy Child Programme.

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Manchester Healthy Schools

What is my username and password?

Log in to the website using your school’s unique username and password. If you are unsure of these details then you should contact your Healthy Schools Co-ordinator. If you are not sure who this then you can contact the Healthy Schools team on healthyschool.training@cmft.nhs.uk

A Whole School Approach To health And Well Being

Drugs and Alcohol Education

Drugs and alcohol education is fundamental for children and young people to grow up healthy and safe. Effective alcohol and drug education builds pupils’ resilience and life skills around alcohol and drugs. Developing children and young people's knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in school can support them to live safely in society.

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Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Manchester Healthy Schools are committed to improving the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people across the city. We support schools to promote equality and diversity, tolerance and respect and to reduce the incidence of bullying.

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Healthy Lifestyles

The Healthy Lifestyles theme aims to promote and develop healthy lifestyle choices in the school age population, preventing and reducing the number of children with excess weight across Manchester, and incorporates a range of resources, staff training and interventions around the topic areas of healthy eating, physical activity and body image.

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Mental Health and Resilience

More than 1 in 10 children and young people now suffer from a common mental health disorder (YoungMinds, 2017). Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to supporting schools to develop early intervention and prevention strategies in order to develop the resilience and coping skills of children and young people.

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Relationships and Sex Education

Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to ensuring good quality, age appropriate sex and relationship education is available to all children and young people across the city.

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