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Have you seen this fantastic FREE resource - E Bug!

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has endorsed Public Health England’s e-Bug resource and recommends that all schools use e-Bug to teach children about hygiene, infections and antibiotics.
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FREE Oral Health Training and Resources

The Oral Health improvement team are commissioned by Leeds City Council to provide oral health services to schools in Leeds. They are offering free resource boxes for schools to borrow alongside free oral health champions training.
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PSHE & Healthy schools Network Meeting - June 2017

PSHE & Healthy schools Network Meeting - June 2017
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The School Food Conference

Find out about the latest national and local changes to school food and what this means for schools in Leeds and across the country.
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Boots Soltan Sun Ready – assembly presentation

This assembly presentation from Soltan Sun Ready helps teachers and schools to introduce and develop sun safety as a topic.
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Leeds Children's Mayor 2017/18

Leeds Children’s Mayors is an annual citizen project that has been running for 12 years. It is run in partnership between Democratic Services and the Voice and Influence Team. The project aims to actively engage children in the process of democracy and promote ...
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Ten reasons to invest in young people’s health

The UK has 11.7 million young people aged 10-24, making up 19% of the population. The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) believes it is important to invest in their health and have listed ‘Ten reasons to invest in young people’s health’.
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School Food Ambassador Badges back in stock!

School Food Ambassador badges are now back in stock. Order yours for only £1.99 each!
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A free school meal for all primary pupils could become a reality!

Jeremy Corbyn of the labour party has announced their plans to fund free meals for all children in primary schools, funded by a VAT tax on private education.
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Ofsted rating should reflect good mental health support

Children & Young People Now reports that mental health experts have told the Joint Health and Education Select Committee that schools in England should only be rated “outstanding” by Ofsted if they can prove they are committed to tackling mental health problems ...
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