Health Education Partnership


Providing support services to local authorities, schools and early years

Helping to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people

Professional, Postive and Passionate

Schools, early years providers, and local authorities are all facing new challenges, responsibilities, and financial constraints

Every school and setting has its own needs and priorities.

Our strength is in our policy of listening to discover yours, working with you to provide a relevant, cost effective service with agreed outcomes.

Whether you need just a couple of hours support or a package lasting a year we would be delighted to hear from you.

Our advisers have a wide range of skills and practical experience of working with early years providers, schools and colleges. These include operational management roles within local authorities and health services.


We have developed a range of resources to support our work and provide reports for monitoring outputs and outcomes, including: online surveys, provision audits, training and evaluation databases, engagement spreadsheets, online booking systems and a resource bank of guidance and data documents.

Latest News

Young Minds – The Big Young People’s Survey

This survey from Young Minds for young people, aged 13-25 across the country, from all walks of life, to tell them what the big issues affecting their lives are.

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New ‘Better Health’ Bullying and Cyberbullying Resources

The latest lesson plans in the ‘Better Health: Every Mind matters’ suite of resources help pupils discuss the emotional impact of bullying, while exploring how to respond safely.

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The Reflective Fostering Study

This study focuses on investigating the effectiveness of one promising form of support for foster carers: the Reflective Fostering Programme.  

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Animal Milks in the Diets of Children aged 1-4 years

A review by First Steps Nutrition on the use of animal milk as part of the diet of young children

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Covid-19 Impact on Single Parents

This report from Gingerbread highlights the strain the first year of the pandemic has placed on single parents.

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Staff Wellbeing Resource from Anna Freud

New Free Wellbeing resource for Staff from Anna Freud offering practical guidance on how settings can support the mental health of their staff

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Support Services

We provide support to individual schools, early years providers and settings working with children and young people


We have worked in partnership with schools and settings to develop a range of online surveys for pupils, staff and parents

Training & Events

We plan and co-ordinate local training programmes, together with national and regional conferences and events.

Our Support Programmes

We can develop and deliver custom borough programmes for local authorities.

Learn more about the different programmes we support
Change4Life Service
The Change4Life service aims to ensure that children, young people and families across Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster are supported to be healthy and happy in the communities where they live, learn and play.
Domestic Abuse Prevention
All engaging schools will receive guidance and support to address Domestic Abuse (DA) and Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) preventatively using a whole school approach.
PSHE and Wellbeing
Support can include reviewing or planning a PSHE and Wellbeing Curriculum, policy development and preparing for statutory relationships (primary) and relationships and sex education (secondary).
Healthy Early Years
All Early Years settings and childminder in boroughs with a local Healthy Early Years programme can work towards achieving a Healthy Early Years London (HEYL) Bronze, Silver and Gold award.
Healthy Schools
There are three levels of Healthy Schools London award: Bronze, Silver and Gold.  The tiered structure is designed to help schools to progressively build on their policies and practice over a period of time. 

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What Our Clients Say

You have been a beam of light and a beacon of information, positivity and good practice. Thank you for supporting us through the Healthy Early Years process, helping us to achieve the bronze award, now the silver and helping us work towards the gold.
Westminster Early Years setting
The support provided by HEP has allowed us to identify where there are needs in the school and working in partnership we have been able to outline an action plan to make a measurable difference to the attitudes and habits of children.
PSHE and Healthy School Lead
Westminster Primary School
Thank you very much for all your help and support- I know that much of our PSHE development has been supported by you, and we couldn’t have done it without you.
Assistant Head, Secondary School,
Hammersmith & Fulham

INSET/onsite training request

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