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We've really benefitted...85% of parents reported...29.5% of the students reported...How does the process work?The Gloucestershire Healthy Schools / FE accreditation...Online Pupil Survey

"We've really benefitted from being involved with the Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning partnership, and being able to use a lot of their resources and support."

Matthew Morgan 
Headmaster, Sir Thomas Rich's School

"85% of parents reported that they had noticed a change in their child’s attitude towards healthy food and exercise as a result of the interventions."

Harewood - Jumpstart programme

29.5% of the students reported wanting their bodies to look like celebrities before the lessons which reduced to 16% post intervention.

Newent - Body image and self esteem programme

How does the process work?

Read our Ten Steps to gaining and maintaining Healthy Schools/Healthy FE status

The Gloucestershire Healthy Schools / FE accreditation process have been carefully designed to support schools through the process

Read more about our Review Tool.

Online Pupil Survey

The OPS has been developed by Foster and Brown Research in partnership with Gloucestershire Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership to find out what children and young people really think about a range of health-related issues.

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Stonewall launches School Report 2017

Ten years ago, Stonewall launched the first School Report, a ground-breaking study into the experiences of 1,100 lesbian, gay and bi pupils in Britain’s schools. Published four years after the repeal of Section 28, it revealed a startling picture: two in three lesbian, gay and bi pupils had been bullied at school because of their sexual orientation, and just one in four schools said this bullying was wrong.

Read it here

BRAND NEW Introduction to Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for Primary School Setting

RSEGloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning (GHLL) is delighted to launch their new Relationship and Sexual Education (RSE) Resource for primary school settings.

The RSE planning and resources provide teachers working from Reception to Year 6 in any educational setting within Gloucestershire with everything required to enable them to help young people think about growing up, changes they see in themselves, hygiene, challenging stereotypes and different types of love.

You will receive a completely FREE resource pack for your school including CD and the opportunity to go through the resource and ask questions. Puberty brochures for primary and special schools will also be available to collect. 

Click here to reserve your place on 6th July or 13th July 2017 12:00 - 16:30 and receive your FREE pack. 

School Diversity Week

School Diversity week 2017 is in just a few weeks, on the 3rd to 7th July

Click here for your School Diversity Week toolkit which includes easy to use ideas for school-wide events, advice on empowering your students by setting up a Social Action Team, Primary School lesson plans and more.Just Like Us

Will you join the 100,000?

Over 100,000 people have pledged to end mental health stigma with Time to Change. Will you join them?

Time to change is a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health. Be part of the movement by pledging to challenge discrimination, be there for a friend, or share your own story.

London Terror Attack: Talking About Tragic Events

The London Terror attacks took place on Saturday 3rd June. This blog post aims to help anyone seeking to talkLondon Terror Attacks to young people about tragic events. Our Freephone National Helpline is open tomorrow at 9am for those with further questions on 08088 020 021. 

Winston's Wish - London Terror Attack

Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning

Welcome to Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. This is an umbrella organisation for Gloucestershire Healthy Schools and Gloucestershire Healthy FE (Further Education).

GHLL was launched in July 2012 for schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, supported by Leading Teachers.

Funding is through Public Health and by Gloucestershire County Council. Schools and colleges are offered this supported intervention at no cost.

 

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