Public Health Schools
We work directly with schools and their partners to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone connected with Brighton & Hove state schools, free schools and academies. This includes parents and carers, school staff, children and young people.
We use feedback from the school community and school health profiles to identify priorities for each school.
We work in partnership with schools to help them with issues such as
- healthy diet and nutrition
- physical activity
- substance misuse
- sexual health
- emotional health and wellbeing
- accident prevention
Our work complements the Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) programme of study for the city's schools, and supports the implementation of the Early Help Strategy.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a full list of the help available
In 2016 the Public Health Schools Programme developed a partnership with The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust to offer training and resources to schools, to support them with improving the emotional health and wellbeing of pupils and staff.
- Visit the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust website for more information about the Trust and what they have to offer
Evaluation and annual report
Since the launch of Public Health Schools in March 2014, 96% of primary, secondary, and special schools across the city have signed up to the programme.
2015/16 school year
We worked with 48 infant, junior and primary schools, and 10 secondary schools during the second year of the programme. Together, we delivered 19 projects across a wide range of health improvement areas.
We also worked with staff through the workforce offer, specific training, PSHE support and in pilot projects, as well as with parents and carers through workshops and groups.