Healthy Schools

Healthy Lifestyles

The Healthy Lifestyles theme incorporates a range of resources, staff training and interventions around the topic areas of healthy eating, physical activity and body image. 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. Please contact emma.schneider@cmft.nhs.uk for more information.

Training & Events

Healthy Schools Awards Event 2018 - 7th November 2018'

Universal Primary Secondary Special

We are excited to invite schools to our annual Health Improvement Awards Ceremony on 7th November 2018. The aim of the awards is to recognis...

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CANCELLED: An Introduction to Autism - 6th November 2018

External Primary Secondary Special

This session is for anyone working with primary school age children and their families. It will provide an overview of Autism including unde...

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Healthy Lifestyles

Universal

This 2 hour training incorporates what is a Healthy Lifestyles and focuses on why it is so important in todays current climate. The aim of t...

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Resources

Food teaching in secondary schools

This framework is a guide to the knowledge and skills expected of secondary school food teachers. It outlines the knowledge and skills that would be developed over time–resulting in exemplary food teaching. Produced by Public Health England and the British Nutrition Foundation.

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Physical Activity Policy

Template Physical Activity/Active Play Policy. The key aim of a whole-school Physical Activity Policy is to develop and promote a range of physical activities for the whole school community throughout the school day and beyond which are underpinned by a supportive ethos and environment. 

This resource is only available for Manchester Schools

Creating a culture and ethos of healthy eating - Practical Guidance

Practical guidance on a whole school approach to healthy eating by the School Food Plan. Ofsted’s new Common Inspection Framework includes a judgment on personal development, behaviour and welfare. As part of reaching this judgment, inspectors will look at the extent to which schools are successfully supporting pupils to gain “knowledge of how to keep themselves healthy” and “make informed choices about healthy eating, [and] fitness” throughout their entire inspection.

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