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“2020health is an important and thoughtful contributor to the health debate”

Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chairman, Health Select Committee

 
 

Improve the health and wellbeing of your school

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Following on from the launch of the 'Head of Wellbeing: An essential post for secondary schools?' Report in January, in association with 2020health, Nuffield Health are holding a national competition to find a secondary school to work with on a ground-breaking two year Head of Wellbeing pilot.

This unique opportunity will be developed, funded and supported by Nuffield Health.

The selected school will benefit from:

  • The secondment of a Head of Wellbeing
  • Investment in state of the art fitness facilities and equipment
  • A two year personalised health and wellbeing programme developed in collaboration with your school
  • Health checks for pupils and teachers
  • Independent evaluation of the programme

Schools can apply at www.nuffieldhealth.com/school-wellbeing

Closing Date: 17th April 2015
Any enquiries, please contact school.wellbeing@nuffieldhealth.com

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Press Release Nuffield Health and 2020health call for Head of Wellbeing in secondary schools, to combat obesity and poor mental health in pupils and teachers

Health think tank 2020health and not for profit healthcare organisation, Nuffield Health have joined forces to call for the introduction of a Head of Wellbeing role across secondary schools to help combat poor physical and mental health and wellbeing – both in children and their teachers. read on Nuffield Health and 2020health call for Head of Wellbeing in secondary schools, to combat obesity and poor mental health in pupils and teachers

2020health Discussion Paper Head of Wellbeing: An essential post for secondary schools?

Head of Wellbeing: An essential post for secondary schools?

This report identifies that secondary schools could improve overall levels of wellbeing by implementing a regular measurement of pupil wellbeing. read on Head of Wellbeing: An essential post for secondary schools?