What a great end to a long week receiving this, the new format is great and the School Recovery Toolkit link on page 3 has been so well received here. That is a quite brilliant piece of work.
Good to see the Accident Prevention calendar as I've not had the chance to catch up on this work with Helen.
We're sharing this with our wider Population Health Team ahead of the full team meeting next week, it really showcases the value of our Healthy Schools team.
Hope it gets the feedback it deserves.
This is a brilliant piece of work and so useful. Will send it out to all my staff.
Head of Physio
Thank you for sharing the new-look Healthy Schools autumn newsletter which includes the launch of your recovery toolkit resource to support the whole school community in the transition back to school post Covid lockdown
It is also exciting to read about Healthy Schools Service launch of the DfE funded Wellbeing for Education Return Programme in partnership with MCC colleagues.
The breadth of topics that the newsletter and your service covers is extremely impressive to read and will really make a difference to the health and outcomes of Manchester school children.
The aim of Healthy Schools is to help as many schools and college providers in Manchester as possible to provide wellbeing support for children and young people .The newsletter is evidence you do this very well.
Very well done and please pass on my congratulations to all your team.
I have included senior members of MLCO leadership team, as knowledge of the partnership work taking place in Manchester targeting hot topics such as drugs and alcohol, mental and emotional health ,will be useful in discussions with MCC Childrens Social Care leads
Thank you Kimberley and Karen for sharing this excellent work.