Health Education Partnership have been commissioned by Barnet Public Health Team to provide free support to early years settings, primary and secondary schools with the following programmes.
Healthy Schools London
PSHE and Wellbeing for Secondary Schools
Free ResourcesWe 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.
Download Borough Resources
There are further resources available to settings and schools that are part of a relevant local programme. You will need to log-in to access these.
Healthy Early Years London (HEYL)
HEYL complements and enhances the statutory Early Years Foundation Stage framework, adding to the focus on children, families and staff health and wellbeing.
The 4 levels of Awards - HEYL First Steps, Bronze, Silver and Gold - can be used to improve and support practice in all Early Years settings:
• private, voluntary and independent nurseries
• children’s centres
• Early Years in schools including schools with two-year old provision nursery schools
• crèches and playgroup
Achieving an Award can help you:
• identify your own best practice
• focus on areas to develop in health, wellbeing and education
• work with parents/carers and health and other services to support families
• generate evidence for Ofsted inspections
Healthy Schools London (HSL) Awards
HSL Bronze Award
Schools complete a review to demonstrate they have maintained/achieved the requirements of Healthy Schools Status. There are a number of criteria relating to both the school curriculum and the emotional and physical learning environment that schools need to fulfill in order to achieve Healthy School Status.
HSL Silver and Gold Awards
Once schools have achieved Healthy Schools Status they can move on to the next level which enables them to understand and improve the specific health and wellbeing needs of their pupils.
Schools will identify the main health priorities for their pupils and devise new enhanced projects, practices and interventions to target these priorities. Example health priorities might include healthy weight, emotional health and wellbeing, and oral health