The resources for the Public Health Programme are split by health priority area:Healthy Weight (schools)Mental health and wellbeing (schools)Early Years ProgrammeBelow you will find a series of resources to support your work in each health priority area and a downloadable copy of the audits.
Public Health Programme
The Public Health Programme is the health and wellbeing programme for Early Years settings, schools and FE Colleges in Bath and North East Somerset. It is the next step forward in the promotion of healthier lives for children and young people from 0 - 19. The Public Health Programme supports educational settings to deliver health and well- being outcomes. It enables them to identify and tackle health issues, inequalities and ‘narrow the gap’ in their own communities.
Early Years Public Health Programme
Health and Wellbeing
FREE SCOOTER POD: EXCLUSIVE OFFER THROUGH MODESHIFT STARS
For a limited time only, B&NES are offering a free scooter pod to schools that commit to applying for a STARS Accreditation before 31 December 2018. To take part, please sign up no later than July 31st 2018. Scooter Pods will be delivered once the school achieves their accreditation under Modeshift STARS. Scooter Pods are available in any colour(s) of your choice including: blue, dark green, light green, yellow, orange, red, pink, purple and black (100% recycled). More information on the product, taken from the Cyclepods website, can be found below. THE SCOOTERPOD The Scooterpod, scooter rack for schools is a unique and compact storage solution just for scooters! The fun and colourful innovation is ideal for nursery and primary schools, securing up to 12 scooters! Like all Cyclepods’ products, the Scooterpod is manufactured in the UK and available in 100% recycled materials. JUST SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS SPACE SAVING! Can be halved and placed against a wall! ECO-FRIENDLY! A fully-recycled model available in black and all colours made from 100% recyclable materials. SECURE! Requires no foundations, just a solid level floor! COMPATIBLE! Accommodates all types of scooters including “micro scooters” See The Hub for information about Modeshift STARS and the National Accreditation scheme, which recognises the efforts of a school to promote and enable sustainable travel to school. Schools who submit an application for STARS will automatically generate an up to date School Travel Plan through completing all of the required criteria through the online portal. To log in to Modeshift STARS, please visit www.modeshiftstars.org.uk, type your email and password in and click on ‘log in’ at the top right of the page. HOW TO CLAIM YOUR SCOOTER POD If this offer is of interest to your school, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following text: “[insert name of school] would like to express our commitment to submit an application for a Modeshift STARS Accreditation (Bronze/Silver/Gold) before 31 December 2018.” I will then arrange a meeting to support you through the accreditation process, and will be on hand throughout to provide assistance. When your school has achieved accreditation under Modeshift STARS, the scooter pod will then be delivered to your school directly and will come with all of the necessary bolts to secure it to a concrete/ tarmac surface (this will need to be done by a caretaker/ site manager). Please get in touch on 01225 477187 if you have any further questions about this offer. Thank you. TERMS AND CONDITIONS This offer is not available to schools which have achieved a Bronze accreditation on Modeshift STARS, or schools which have previously received a Scooter Pod from B&NES Council.
The School Admissions & Transport Team provides a quality service to parents and schools, as follows:• Updates, advice and guidance on admissions legislation including code of practice and latest government policy• Advice on admission arrangements and carry out statutory consultation• Determine ranking of applications in accordance with the Academy admission arrangements• Deal with routine correspondence• Arrange appeal hearings with the Council’s Democratic Services Team• Provide an official response to the parents’ appeal prior to the hearing• Present school appeals• Provide information and guidance on the Fair Access protocol