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Literature Review Evaluating the Impact of PSHE on Students’ Health, Wellbeing and Academic Attainment: A report for the PSHE Association

Literature Review Evaluating the Impact of PSHE on Students’ Health, Wellbeing and Academic Attainment: A report for the PSHE Association
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SRE update

Education Secretary Justine Greening has recently announced that Ian Bauckham CBE will provide the Department for Education with advice on how relationships education, including relationships and sex education for older children, should be taught in schools.
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DfE have unveiled their new guidance on the Primary PE and Sport Premium

The Department for Education has published new guidance on the doubled Primary PE and Sport Premium grant.
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DfE national template

The Department for Education commissioned the Association for Physical Education and the Youth Sport Trust to create a national template which has been newly updated, to include swimming data.
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National School Meals Week

National School Meal Week 2017 is taking place from 13th November until 17th November. It is the one week of the year where the school meals industry celebrates and showcases all that is great about school food.
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Change4Life in Leeds – Becoming Food Smart

The well-known campaign Change4Life is working with Leeds City Council to address the issue of childhood obesity. At present, 21% of Reception and 35% of year 6 pupils are either overweight or obese across Leeds, with the highest rates seen in the most deprived ...
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Making School Dinners Compulsory!

At London’s Vegetable Summit in London’s City Hall, children’s health became the topic of conversation as Food Poverty Campaigner, Kathleen Kerridge spoke about how school dinners should be compulsory for all students.
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Leeds Childhood Obesity Levels Fall While other Regions Rise

An article published in the Yorkshire evening post provides figures from NHS Digital regarding the changes in obesity amongst children in Reception classes and year 6. Both year groups have seen a reduction in obesity since last year, with year 6 dropping from ...
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Youth Sports Trust Active School Planner

The Active School Planner has recently been soft launched by Youth Sports Trust
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Public Health England – Keep Antibiotics working campaign

In October 2017 Public Health England (PHE) will launch a national campaign across England to support the government’s efforts to reduce inappropriate prescriptions for antibiotics by raising awareness of the issue of antibiotic resistance and reducing demand fr...
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