Deadlines for the online submission of the whole school review or school story are:
- Wed 11 Nov 2015
- Wed 16 March 2016
The quality assurance group meets one week later to consider submissions.
The process of using these templates to achieve Hampshire Healthy Schools Status and the Hampshire Healthy Schools Challenge Award together with the process of submitting as online forms can be found under Healthy Schools toolkit.
Julie Thompson, Senior Public Health Practitioner is stepping down from Healthy Schools work as of 31 August 2015, although she continues with her other Public Health roles.
Contact details for other members of the team who support schools for healthy schools, PSHE and the wider PDL agenda are available here: Healthy Schools Team
Details of a new free online educational resource which has been launched to support anyone who works with children and young people who have asthma.
Under The themes, check out the local documents and programmes sections under PSHE, Healthy Eating and EHWB where new materials have been added to help to relate work around school meals to these areas.
The instructions for submitting your Whole School Review online have been updated following a change to this web-based system.
Please see the new instructions on the Healthy Schools toolkit page.
Please see updated team contact details following change of e-mail address for Ileana Cahill and Julie Thompson.
Be Inspired 4 Life resource – the challenge booklets are now available to schools in Hampshire free of charge on a first come first served basis. To enquire or order your stock, please contact Charlotte Malyon on:
Tel: 01962 846954
See Be Inspired 4 Life webpage for more details.
Please see updated team contact details following recent office moves (Havant to Alton and Eastleigh to Winchester).
Update October 2012
Are you thinking of submitting your whole school review (for Hampshire Healthy Schools Status) or your story template (for the Hampshire Healthy Schools Challenge Award)?
The new online submission process is now operational. A full set of instructions for both types of submission are now on this website under Healthy Schools toolkit.
Do you need help with increasing the uptake of school meals in your school? Local research, completed this year, provides a wealth of ideas and tools. See raising school meal uptake project information under the Healthy Eating theme for more information.
Update September 2012
A new simple way to submit your Healthy Schools Whole School Review online via a dedicated Hampshire webpage. Demonstrations will be included in the coming Autumn Term network meetings (see Training and meeting opportunities for meeting dates) and full set of instructions will appear on this website under Healthy Schools Toolkit by the end of October 2012.