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
An annual celebration event brings schools together to celebrate their successes linked to accreditation and more broadly to share some of the outstanding work happening in schools in support of the Healthy Schools related agenda. Schools can apply for Good Practice Awards for aspects of their work, nominate for Partnership Awards and Mover and Shaker awards.
Healthy Schools Awards
Good Practice Awards
The aim is to apply for these throughout the year to celebrate small steps and contributions everyone is making towards being a Healthy Schools e.g. for a Healthy Tuck shop, school council elections, environmental developments, staff wellbeing activity, providing staff/parents/carers with supporting agency contact info, etc. By the Healthy School Coordinator presenting these in school assemblies it raises awareness of the Healthy Schools related work.
Any person, not employed by the school, and not paid for the work they do, who has made a significant contribution to your Healthy Schools work. This could be someone who has made a significant input into the PSHE or Citizenship curriculum or who has supported school to develop an area of work which is going particularly well.
Mover and Shaker Award
This award aims to allow the Healthy Schools Coordinator to recognise the efforts of a colleague in school who has gone above and beyond their paid role to support Healthy Schools 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.
PSHE and RSE Resources
RoSIS and Healthy Schools are delighted to be working with the following partners.....