Health Education Partnership
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We can provide borough wide strategic support for promoting healthy environments and healthy lifestyles and/or enhance your current provision to early years and educational settings.
We can provide support to individual schools, early years providers and settings working with children and young people to improve provision for health and well-being.
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The five-day walking challenge is an annual celebration of the walk to school and the perfect activity to celebrate National Walking Month this May - order your classroom packs now!
The fun and engaging week-long activity for primary schools has been built to make pupils experience first-hand the importance of walking to school.
Through this challenge, children will be well on their way to reaching their recommended 60 minutes minimum of physical activity per day before even reaching the school gates!
Last year, a record number of over 350,000 pupils across the UK took part! Join this growing movement of children walking to school and help make 2022 the biggest year yet!
To find out more click here
The Central North West London (CNWL) Bi-Borough School Health Service delivers a universal service, including health promotion to all children and young people (CYP) in schools between the ages of five years old and eighteen years old. The service comprises of:
The team also includes number of specialist practitioners leading the following specific areas;
They work with the local schools and communities, the family and individual CYP to ensure CYP’s health needs are met. They offer health assessments to vulnerable children as well as advice and support for CYP and parents around health issues such as continence, behaviour, sleep and emotional health, healthy weight and lifestyle. The offer to schools also includes:
To make a referral or to find out who your school nurse is please click here
Otherwise please contact their duty line or generic email: email@example.com
Duty Phone: 020 3317 4460
School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA) has recently published a document about School Nurses role to find out more please click here
Just launched on the 1st February 2022, a new campaign from the Office of Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) and the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) to encourage parents to get their children vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).
The campaign aims to boost parents’ confidence that getting their children vaccinated is the right thing to do, by dialling up the risk of measles, mumps and rubella. The campaign’s call-to-action tells parents and carers whose children have missed one of their two MMR doses to contact their GPs and book their vaccine. As a secondary call-to-action, parents and carers who want more information about the vaccine programme are directed to the MMR vaccines page on the NHS website.
Partners in the NHS and local government are now welcome to support the campaign, using a suite of custom assets to help us communicate these important messages to our target audiences. Partners can also support the campaign through social media and other owned channels, and by generating local press and PR. To help partners activate the campaign, they have also produced a selection of social media images and suggested posts and a PR and communications toolkit.
Visit the Campaign Resource Centre to download the materials and find out more about how you can get involved.
How we can help residents manage their energy use, save money and get support
The Climate Change Team is working with the environmental charity Groundwork London to provide free phone consultations and home energy visits to support fuel poor residents to get on top of energy debt, switch provider, access grant and other support, and manage energy use in their home.
As part of the Council’s Homes4Health programme, they are organising a series of webinars to find out more about the fuel poverty service and how this can help RBKC residents.
The webinars are aimed at RBKC employees and anyone who works with young families, people who are on a low income, the elderly, and people with physical or mental illness or disability. They will be of particular interest to Housing officers, Adults and Social Care officers, frontline staff at the Council and at community organisations and voluntary sector across Kensington and Chelsea, community workers and social prescribing link workers.
How will the webinar help you in your work and the residents you work with?
The webinars will cover:
All sessions will cover the same content, so please find the one that best fits your schedule. You can join us on the following dates:
Book your place here:
If you cannot attend any of these sessions, we can attend your team meetings or we can organise bespoke sessions for you.
Attached is the Homes4Health leaflet for your information: Green Doctor Flyer Homes4Health telephone consultation
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