Working in partnership with the School Improvement team and Education Service, the coordinator acts as the lead professional supporting schools to embed a holistic approach to Health and Wellbeing.
The programme is delivered by the Health and Wellbeing in Schools team, which is funded by Public Health and Wellbeing.
The team delivers the core programme and the West Berkshire Wellbeing Learning Well programme –
Core Programme includes;
Healthy Lifestyles primary workshops
Peer Mentor network supported annual reviews
PSHE Subject Network coordination and subject support - Primary and Secondary
CSE, Sexting and Domestic Abuse Young People Attitudes biennial survey
Active Travel schools programme
Modeshift sustainable travel award programme for schools
School Travel annual survey
5 Ways to Wellbeing KS2 and KS3 workshop resources
Health and Wellbeing in Schools Hub newsletter - 6 issues
NCMP school data coordination
Mental Health First Aid in Schools network coordination
Signpost schools to resources that promote a holistic approach to Health and Wellbeing in schools.
Identify and share good practice on all matters relating to Health and Wellbeing in Schools
Support for schools to participate in national campaigns and awareness days
The core programme is available at no cost for West Berkshire maintained and Academy schools.
New for 2018/19
West Berkshire Wellbeing’s Learning Well Programme includes;
Health and Wellbeing in Schools Award - a practical, “plan, do, review” approach to improving health and wellbeing in children, young people andstaff. The award recognises, celebrates and builds on the work already happening in school to support children, young people and the wider school community’s health and wellbeing.
Young Health Champions qualification and programme delivery
Development workshops for staff including Understanding Healthy Lifestyles and Understanding Substance Misuse.
Schools will be able to select and purchase elements of the Learning Well programme through the West Berkshire Education portal.