Healthy Schools Information

Welcome to our Healthy Schools Award page!

We are very proud to be a Healthy School and have had our award validated many times and we are going for re-validation again in the Summer Term 2016. There are lots of ways that we try to be a healthy school and we are very well led in this venture by Mr Kearney (alongside Mrs Glynn who is our Governor Champion for Healthy Schools!) and the School Food Ambassadors.  The ambassadors do a great deal to try and promote our Healthy Schools initiatives.

Listed below are a number of policies that we would like to share with you as part of our Healthy Schools work.  If you have any questions or would like to know more please speak to one of our staff listed above or one of the members of the senior leadership team.  If you want to know more about school dinners then please see Mrs Collins in the school office.

St Theresa’s Drugs and Substance Abuse Policy

PSHE Policy

Behaviour Policy

Behaviour Principles

Anti-Bullying Policy Statement

School Council Anti-Bullying Leaflet revised

Food Policy

Sugar Swaps 2016

Smart Swaps 2016

Eatwell Guide 2016 LCC Healthy Schools’ Team

Non Smoking Policy

Packed lunch policy

Healthy Packed Lunch sheet PDF

Year 2 Cooking Club

Travel Plan Revised January 2018 Draft

I would like to offer my thanks to Mrs Glynn and Mrs Farrell; the school governors who have worked alongside Mrs Goodwin, Miss Clark and Mrs Grady to prepare the above policy statements.  As a school we also buy into the Healthy Schools SLA and this provides us with advice and guidance to support learning in this area.  JH