Health and Well Being

 Oral Health     Road Safety      Sharing    Anti-bullying
 Empathy     Behaving Well     Substance Abuse     Playing


 Environment     Feelings of Others     Exercise     Motivation 



Personal, Social, Health and Education (PSHE)

  • The PSHE curriculum contributes significantly to all five national outcomes for children and young people: being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution and economic wellbeing
  • PSHE provides children and young people with the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to make informed decisions about their lives

Relationships and Wellbeing  Education timeline  Click here

Healthy Eating

Healthy lunchbox leaflet  

Think about what you eat.

  • Look at the labels on food and see what you are eating for each meal.
  • Aim to eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day.
  • Fruit juice, a side-salad with lunch and vegetables with a main course are easy ways of doing this.
  • Reduce the amount of fat, sugar and salt you eat.
  • Aim to have a balanced diet with lots of different types of food.

             Healthy fridge  

           Tilly and Charlie         



  • Walking to school or to the shops and taking up a sport all count as physical activity.

   Walk to School

  •  Adults should aim to build up to 30 minutes of moderate activity on most days of the week.
  • Young people should aim to build up to 60 minutes of moderate activity on most days of the week.
  • Exercise reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes and make you feel in better shape.


Emotional health 

  • If you feel unhappy, stressed or worried you will not perform as well as you can at school or work.
  • Be aware of what causes you stress and where you can get help.
  • Make time for YOU by doing something relaxing as often as you can in your free time.
  • Look for help when you feel your emotional health is poor.

Smoking, Alchohol and Drugs

  • Smoking makes you die younger.
  • Smoking makes you less fit.
  • Smoking makes you smell unpleasant.
  • Smoking costs about £1,200 per year.
  • The easiest way to stop smoking is never to start.
  • Smokeline can help you quit- 0800 84 84 84

PSHE Association - Drugs and Your Child  Click here

 Care in the sun

    Cancer Research and Sunsmart on protecting young skin from sun damage.


   Skin care resources from Boots 


Recycle at home and at school

Use paper bags or containers rather than plastic bags

Bring water bottles to school rather than buy new ones

Walk or cycle to school rather than come by car

Personal Hygiene 

    Wash your hands 


Oral Health

Only complete this survey when your teacher tells you to -

Survey Click here



    Colgate Oral Care                      BDA 3D Mouth              BBC - Teeth and Eating

Road Safety/Staying Safe



      Renault Safety Matters