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Health and Well-being Team

This highly skilled and experienced team provide advice, guidance and training to support schools to become healthy and safe environments for all learners.
The team can provide clear links for schools with key public health priorities, supporting schools to understand the contribution that they can make to improving health and well-being. The team will promote and support the local Healthy School Programme and raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable pupils in school.

 

What we offer

Improving Teaching and Learning

We can: lead training and provide support for individuals, groups or whole school staff; support schools to develop and improve the quality of teaching and learning; support schools to provide a learning ethos…

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Developing Leadership

We can: support curriculum and pastoral leaders; provide data to enable a better understanding of the local context; promote positive approaches to securing effective pupil voice; develop reflective practice and build capacity around…

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Behaviour and Safety

We can: develop an understanding of the importance of nurture for pupils so that they are able to access the learning they are offered;  Developing growth mindset principles across school. support schools to review…

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Public Health Priorities

We can: provide clear links for schools with the key public health priorities; support schools to understand the contribution that they can make to improving
 health and well-being; support schools to embed a whole…

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Closing the Gap

We can: raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable pupils in school; develop evidence-based packages that focus on the needs of pupils on free school meals; support schools in enabling pupils to realise…

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To book training and support
from the health and well-being team
for your school visit:

www.educationservices.org.uk

Meet the team

Lisa Wardingham

Training and Development Officer  …

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Elaine Robson

Ready for School Improvement OfficerHealth…

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