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Promoting the link between good health, behaviour and achievement

March 18th, 2009

Blue Enhanced Status Logo for Schools JPEG versionHarrow Way Community School’s application for National Healthy Schools status has been approved. To achieve this award we were required to meet criteria in four core themes:

  • Personal Social and Health Education including sex and relationship education and drug education
  • Healthy eating
  • Physical activity
  • Emotional health and well-being including anti-bullying education

and to show ample evidence that the school supports our students in developing healthy behaviour, helps to reduce health inequalities and promotes social inclusion.

We will receive the celebratory award plaque and certificate of achievement at the award ceremony to be held in The Great Hall, Winchester on Tuesday 30th June 2009.

To learn more about the Healthy Schools Programme please use this link.

Clive Graham
Healthy Schools Co-ordinator

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