Helping every school and setting to support the health and wellbeing of all children and young people.
Schemes of work, lesson plans, policies and more on PSHE topics including Relationships, Sex and Relationships Education, Health Education (RSHE) and Drug Education (including alcohol, tobacco and substance abuse)
Resources and information to support all settings create a culture where talking about how we feel is a norm, and where the personal and social development of all children and young people is supported appropriately so that they can thrive.
Information, support and practical tools to help schools with all aspects of food and healthier eating including pupil leadership and pupil voice programmes.
Resources, information and support to help schools promote a range of opportunities to be physically active and ensure children understand how physical activity can improve, and be part of, their everyday lives.
Information, advice and guidance on 'pupil voice' to support schools to deliver opportunities for pupils to engage with, and be part of, their local communities, to have a voice and an influence on the things that affect them.
Information, advice and guidance on 'sustainability' to support schools to deliver opportunities for pupils to engage their local communities and contribute to staff continuing professional development (CPD).
An online tool to support a whole school approach to pupil participation and engagement ensuring pupils are at the heart of everything you do in school.
A virtual event for Key stage one and EYFS staff in partnership with Leeds University. Find out about a new sensory food education programme!
Outline: The one day Youth Mental Health Champion course is a condensed version of the 2 day option in which participants gain skills and confidence to spot the signs and symptoms of mental health issues in a young person. This option covers the basic fundamentals of the most common mental health issues affecting young people, and participants who complete the whole day are certified as “Youth Mental Health Champions”.
An exciting event for both staff and pupils together. Find out about a new sensory food education programme for Key Stage 1 and Reception and take learning back to your school curriculum.
Young people will be empowered to take action on the environment as part of new measures designed to put climate change at the heart of education.
Announcing a range of measures in a speech at COP26 today, Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi sets out a vision for all children to be taught about the importance of conserving and protecting our planet.
The Earthshot Prize revealed the first-ever five Prize Winners of the most prestigious environment awards in history at a ceremony held at London’s Alexandra Palace on SUnday 17th October. Each of the 5 winners will receive £1million prize money and a global network of professional and technical support to scale their remarkable environmental solutions to repair our planet and accelerate their impact.
The 5 winners included cutting-edge technologists, innovators, an entire country, and a pioneering city were selected by The Earthshot Prize Council and were chosen for their ground-breaking solutions to the greatest environmental challenges facing our planet and their ability to scale their impact globally in response to the urgent challenges we face.
Following the publishing of Part One last year, The National Food Strategy – The Plan, is now ready! This plan includes a series of recommendations designed to be implemented over the next three years, they are essential first steps in a longer-term transition for better food systems.
Become a 'Cybersprinter' and learn about online safety in a fun and interactive way.