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What is a Health Promoting School? ‘ Health Promoting Schools are schools which display,

What is a Health Promoting School? ‘ Health Promoting Schools are schools which display, in everything they say and do, support and commitment to enhancing the emotional, social, physical and moral wellbeing of their school community. ’ (World Health Organisation)

Benefits of Health Promoting Schools For students: § Creates a safe, caring and supportive

Benefits of Health Promoting Schools For students: § Creates a safe, caring and supportive learning environment § Enables students to develop life-long skills, values and health behaviours that can increase their potential to live healthy fulfilling lives For staff: § Creates a safe, caring and supportive workplace § Provides links to the Health and PE Curriculum

Benefits of Health Promoting Schools For BOT and school management: § Helps meet NEGs

Benefits of Health Promoting Schools For BOT and school management: § Helps meet NEGs and NAGs § Provides a framework to coordinate school health activities § Strengthens school-community links For the community: § Enables community members to actively participate in school life and help identify and address health and wellbeing issues

Underpinning Concepts § Treaty of Waitangi § Te Whare Tapa Wha § Ottawa Charter

Underpinning Concepts § Treaty of Waitangi § Te Whare Tapa Wha § Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion

Health Promoting Schools Framework

Health Promoting Schools Framework

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning § Teaching and learning methods § Assessment and reporting §

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning § Teaching and learning methods § Assessment and reporting § Curriculum planning and monitoring

School Organisation and Ethos § Leadership, management and managing change § Staff professional development

School Organisation and Ethos § Leadership, management and managing change § Staff professional development § School culture and environment § Giving students a voice § Policy and procedure development

Community Links and Partnerships § Provision of support services for students § Partnerships with

Community Links and Partnerships § Provision of support services for students § Partnerships with parents/ whanau and the wider community § Working with outside agencies

Health Promoting Schools Accreditation Scheme

Health Promoting Schools Accreditation Scheme

Accreditation

Accreditation

Bronze Standard ‘Building the Foundation for Health Promoting Schools’ § Understand prepare to implement

Bronze Standard ‘Building the Foundation for Health Promoting Schools’ § Understand prepare to implement Health Promoting Schools § Develop a one year action and evaluation plan based on the needs identified (addressing three health and wellbeing priority areas) § Strengthen student voice § Develop or review a new entrant induction package which supports student health and wellbeing § Immunisation register is reviewed and up to date (primary school only)

Silver Standard ‘Maintaining and Developing Health Promoting Schools’ • Maintain requirements for Health Promoting

Silver Standard ‘Maintaining and Developing Health Promoting Schools’ • Maintain requirements for Health Promoting Schools Bronze Standard Accreditation • Implement and monitor an annual action and evaluation plan based on the needs identified (address a further three health and wellbeing priority areas) and demonstrate improvements • Include pandemic planning in the Health and Safety, Workplace and Emergency Management Plan • Strengthen parent/whanau engagement

Gold Standard ‘Sustaining Health Promoting Schools’ § Maintain requirements for Health Promoting Schools Silver

Gold Standard ‘Sustaining Health Promoting Schools’ § Maintain requirements for Health Promoting Schools Silver Standard Accreditation § Develop a three year strategy to improve school community wellbeing § Implement and monitor annual action plans (address a further two health and wellbeing priority areas) and demonstrate improvements § Promote environmental health § promote staff health and wellbeing § Strengthen wider community engagement § Mentor and support new Health Promoting Schools

Health and Wellbeing Priority Areas § § § § Healthy Eating Physical Activity Smokefree

Health and Wellbeing Priority Areas § § § § Healthy Eating Physical Activity Smokefree Mental Health (including drug and alcohol) Sexual Health Physical Safety/Injury Prevention Sun Safety Communicable Disease Prevention and Body Care

HPS Accreditation Scheme Process

HPS Accreditation Scheme Process

Key Groups and People § § Health Promoting Schools Leader Health Promoting Schools Working

Key Groups and People § § Health Promoting Schools Leader Health Promoting Schools Working Group Principal and Board of Trustees Staff, students and wider school community

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Getting Started

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Health Promoting Schools Steps

Support Available The Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service team offers: § professional

Support Available The Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service team offers: § professional support and advice § resources and tools to guide you step by step § workshops and networking opportunities § regular communication and updates § access to the most up to date research § links to health and wellbeing providers § opportunities to showcase your work amongst like minded schools § recognition for your efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of your school community

Contact Us Health Promoting Education Team Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service Tel:

Contact Us Health Promoting Education Team Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service Tel: E mail: Website: 0800 221 555 [email protected] govt. nz www. healthpromotingschools. health. nz