School Development Support Agency

Supporting the development of the school-led improvement system

School Health and Well-being Programme

School Health and Well-being Programme

Support available to schools through this service:

- Health data profiles

- Supported audit and needs analysis

- Health and Well-being Action Plan

- In-school training and support

- Visiting good practice in other schools

- Training events led by leading practitioners

 - Accreditation in the Leicester and Leicestershire Health and Well-being Programme

Improvement themes supported within this service:

- Emotional health and well-being

- Smoking prevention and cessation

- Teenage pregnancy

- Drugs and alcohol

- PSHE essentials

- Anti-bullying

- R Time

- Participation

- School Councils

- Bereavement

- Healthy weight

- Food routines

- Peer support

How it works

Stage One (Plan)

- Named lead identified within school

- School Community Health Data Profile analysed

- Needs analysis completed and baseline information established

- Strategic commitment made to school health and well-being outcomes.

Stage Two (Do)

- Action plan developed and underway to deliver school health and well-being outcomes

- Professional development activity with school staff to support plan

Stage Three (Review)

- Demonstrable progress made against identified needs

- Improvements in baseline data and outcomes being achieved

- Accreditation obtained through the programme

- Plan refreshed

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SDSA's Role

The SDSA's role is to co-ordinate all aspects of this service for schools.

Project Impact

This service was developed in 2011/12.

Project Lead

Alan Curtis

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