The state of the nation’s health is at a crisis point

As a Network, we are committed to ensuring that all children & young people have a clear understanding of what it means to lead a healthy life for life. We achieve this through a range of interventions including our own bespoke Health & Wellbeing programme which through curriculum delivery at a targeted primary age group builds an understanding of why it is important to be healthy & fit.
As a Network, we also hold lead status for Health & Wellbeing for Central London.

Healthy Schools London


Year 3/4 Healthy Eating Workshop

 2 hour sessions based in the classroom

These sessions focus on a healthy plate, portion size, reducing sugar, salt & saturated fat in the diet

 Year 5/6 Health & Wellbeing Day

 One day programme in the school hall focussing on a healthy plate, portion size, food labelling, reducing sugar intake and nutrition/physical activity goal setting

Children are taught these topics through physical activity and active learning

We would need access to the school hall for the whole day and children will need to be in full PE kit

 Parent coffee morning/after school Healthy Living Session


Opportunity for parents to find out what year 5/6 children have been learning

Topics covered – Healthy behaviours i.e. fruit & veg consumption, sugar swaps, portion size, healthy snacking, physical activity and eating on a budget

This can be run on the same day as the year 5/6 session or during the same week

 Family cookery workshop

 3 week cookery workshop hosted on school site

Parents and children learn to cook & eat healthily

Parents and children eat together and take home recipes

 Real Play

  • A programme which supports families through the power of play
  • Open to groups of families, one-to-one mentoring and whole classes or key stages
  • The programme improves children’s Personal, Social and Emotional skills, parents’/carers’ engagement and confidence, family activity levels and children’s physical development

The programme is aimed at  Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage children and can be run by Teaching Assistants, SENCOs, Family Support Workers/Family Link Teachers and PE practitioners.



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