Healthy Schools London

In this section, is a range of templates and guides to assist with applying for a Healthy Schools London award. 

In addition, as part of the CPD programme, there are courses that focus on how to become a Healthy School (HSL)

http://schools.southwark.gov.uk/professional-development

 

Southwarks Children and Young People's Plan (2016)

Our vision for Southwark

"Every child, young person and family in Southwark thrives and is empowered to lead a safe and healthy life. We will work together to deliver high quality services that make a measurable difference in helping to overcome inequality and disadvantage, and strengthen families' abilities to raise their children successfully and independently." 

 

Southwark's Healthy Schools Partnership's work contributes to the plan's two priority areas:

  • Best start – Children, young people and families access the right support at the right time, from early years to adolescence
  • Safety and stability – Our most vulnerable children, young people and families receive timely, purposeful support that brings safe, lasting and positive change

 

Click the London map to view how well we are doing: http://www.healthyschools.london.gov.uk/

 

Southwark's Local Data Profiles & JSNA datasheets

http://www.2.southwark.gov.uk/info/200462/public_health/4078/reports_and_statistics 

 Southwark Child Health Profile 2016 (pdf, 133kb)  - Southwark's Child Health Profile; Mar. 16

 

Southwark's H&WB Surveys 2016/17

Sheu H&WB Survey 2016/17 : Southwark Secondary Schools (pdf, 816kb)

Sheu H&WB Survey 2016/17 : Southwark Primary Schools (pdf, 689kb)

Supporting the Health & Wellbeing: Southwark SHEU Survey 2016 

 

Southwark's Sheu H&WB Four Locality Survey Reports

Bermondsey & Rotherhithe Locality (pdf, 1mb)

Borough, Bankside and Walworth Locality (pdf, 1mb)

Camberwell and Dulwich Locality (pdf, 1mb)

Peckham, Peckham Rye and Nunhead Locality (pdf, 1mb)