National Healthy Schools Programme
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an exciting long-term initiative that promotes the link between good health, behaviour and achievement.
The programme offers close support and guidance to primary care trusts, local authorities and their schools and equips children and young people with the skills and knowledge to make informed health and life choices and to reach their full potential.
More than 97% of schools nationally are now involved in the programme and over 70% of schools have achieved National Healthy School Status. This translates to around 4 million children and young people currently enjoying the benefits of attending a Healthy School.
It's about creating happier, healthier children who do better in learning and in life!
St Crispin’s met the criteria for the programme and was awarded NHSP status for the period 2007 - 2010
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