Healthy Schools Accreditation

The Healthy Schools accreditation provides a broad framework for schools to be able to audit their emotional health and wellbeing related provision and identify strengths and areas for development and to share good practice.  ‘Hints and Tips’ to aid completion, are regularly updated to reflect national requirements on schools, whilst being based on good practice. 


In order to recognise schools’ preference for different levels of engagement with the Healthy Schools accreditation, rather than an ‘all or nothing’ accreditation process, ‘Basic’ Bronze level; ‘Developing’ Silver level and ‘Enhanced Gold’ level are available to suit schools’ needs and schools can apply for at any point during the school year


Bronze level is the foundation to all healthy schools work.  Schools complete a whole school review audit to recognise areas of strength and areas which require development, all linked to emotional health and wellbeing and the PSHE curriculum.


Silver level develops one of the targeted aspects taken from the bronze level whole school review audit.  The focus is chosen and a base line measure is taken, then an action plan is formulated and implemented.  Finally impact measures are taken to compare to the original base line.


Gold level is sharing good practice with other schools by actively supporting them to develop this work and measure the successful impact.  This can be the good practice developed from silver award or an alternative developed emotional health and wellbeing activity or PSHE related work.

Visitors and Projetcs

RoSIS has developed several projects to help schools enhace the pupils' learning related to EHWB, PSHE and RSE.  This includes aspects of drug education and relationships and sexual health education that can be enhanced by these projects.



RoSIS and Healthy Schools are delighted to be working with the following partners.....