Presentation on theme: "Creating a primary ‘Healthy Active Lifestyles’ offer for our inactive student population. Anthony Judge Youth Sport Trust Programme Manager Health Laura."— Presentation transcript:
Creating a primary ‘Healthy Active Lifestyles’ offer for our inactive student population. Anthony Judge Youth Sport Trust Programme Manager Health Laura Brookstein School Sport Network Manager Wexham School James Mandry Partnership Development Manager Park House School
Hear how primary schools are delivering and embedding a range of health-related programmes to deliver their healthy active lifestyle offer for targeted groups of children.
Wise Words “We can do nothing without the ____, let us take care that it is in the best condition to sustain us” Socrates
Wise Words “We have to make sure that our kids still feel good about themselves no matter what their ____, who they are, what they look like, what they’re eating” Michelle Obama
Wise Words “You can discover more about a person in an hour of ____ than in a year of conversation” Plato
Wise Words “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a ____” Aristotle
‘Well Done’ needs Wellbeing Inactivity Crisis Inside and outside school influences Not only physical Emotional Wellbeing Developing the Whole Child
National Overview Physical Activity Learning fundamentals, recreation, utility activity (cycling, walking, active travel) Health & Wellbeing Physical fitness, emotional resilience, social belonging Educational Achievement Engagement, attendance, decision making
“ Good health supports successful learning. Successful learners support health. Education and health are inseparable Wold Health Organisation (WHO)
We’ve come a long way... 1960’s1990’s2000’s Image
But let’ not be complacent... Developing the Whole Child Personal SocialThinkingCreativePhysical Physical Literacy Effective Learning Health Literacy
Local Implementation James Mandry & Laura Brookstein
Berkshire Background C4L Model (bolting on) Partnership working Internal (small county) Partnership working External Funding opportunities H&W Lead Innovation!
Local H&W Implementation Ensuring Whole School and Parental Buy in -Head teacher and Health Champion commitment -Young Person involvement -Linking to other subject areas as well as PE -Reaching beyond the school gates -Targeted top 12 schools with highest CWMP data (with some flexibility)
How did we do it? Training workshop for Strategic leaders to help embed within their school Training for 2 Health Young Ambassadors and Health deliverer through Healthy Lifestyle Coaches Ensure teacher led not coach led for sustainability Berkshire Health Passport to enhance school C4L to take into the home and family and link other subject areas.
How have schools developed a H&W offer? Siblings Club – targeted families who didn’t engage within the school Transition club for young people who didn’t engage in OSH clubs Engagement of children who had social, behavioural, SEN needs Children who didn’t enjoy PE and were at risk of being overweight Buddy system/ “golden ticket” approach
“ The biggest difference to inequalities in child health will not be made by the NHS, but by interventions in other sectors. What Works for Children Reducing Inequalities in Health 2000
Workforce Development Health Champion and Health Ambassadors
Health Ambassador training 2 specific Health Ambassadors identified Leaders logbook with specific Health tasks identified? What could they do? Health passport for less active young people What activities could be introduced in this passport? Activities to consider the INACTIVE young person and environment they are in.
What Works Friendship ‘Buddy System’ Clubs & Coaching Be ‘Innovative’ Image