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Obesity work in East Berkshire 3 rd July 2014 Pip Collings – Public Health Nutrition L ead, Slough. E A S T B E R K S H I R E PUBLIC HEALTH. Primary Prevention. E A S T B E R K S H I R E PUBLIC HEALTH. Treatment Programmes.

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Obesity work in East Berkshire3rd July 2014Pip Collings – Public Health Nutrition Lead, Slough

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Primary Prevention

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Treatment Programmes

E A S T B E R K S H I R EPUBLIC HEALTH


Healthy Eating Case Study

Aims

  • To tackle childhood obesity in primary school children

  • To improve the nutritional quality of packed lunches and

  • Promote school meals.

    Objectives

  • To work with Primary Schools focusing on improving packed lunches.

  • To provide education sessions to each school year to inform and inspire the pupils and

  • parents to create balanced packed lunches.

    Method

  • Survey of all pupil’s lunches before and after the project (Meal or No Meal)

  • Healthy eating lessons from dietitians

  • Song to teach the children about the food groups

  • Each pupil set their own target for improvements

  • Stickers and house points as a reward for pupils with fruit

  • Tasty teas for parents including school meal tasting

  • Packed lunch leaflets with ideas and recipes

  • Assemblies


Evaluation of knowledge

  • Key Stage 1Key Stage 2


Evaluation of behaviour

School 2 2010/11

School 1 2009/10

School 4 2012/13

School 3 2011/12

Before

After


Obesity work in RBWN

  • Slimming World

    67 Referrals from Oct 13, 66 lost weight, 27 lost 5%

  • Breast feeding

    26 mums supported from Jan –April (Dedworth Clinic) weekly 7 clinics in RBWM

  • Community Dietician

    830

  • Community events

    8 events where healthy eating and weight management information given (incl.BMI checks)


Physical Activity work in RBWM

  • SMILE

    • prevent trips/slips and falls in older people, improve balance, co-ordination and general well being. Prevent older people becoming isolated by offering activities in the Borough for over 50s 60s 70s & 80s.

    • 3000 people a month

    • 50 sessions a week offering;

      • Beginners Aerobics, Short Tennis, Gym, Chair based exercise, Short Mat Bowls, Circuit based class, Aerobics, Yoga, Ballroom Dancing, Walking and Pilates.


Physical Activity work in RBWM

  • Fit for Life

    • aimed at 14+ to adults and families. Includes a range of sports/activities to encourage residents to try different activities and find sports/activities they want to continue on a weekly basis.

  • Fire Fit –

    • to support 20 vulnerable children and families to embed healthy eating and physical activity practices into daily lives, and improve psychological wellbeing and self-esteem.

  • School Sports Partnerships

    • RBWM has 2, Charters School and the second jointly hosted by Windsor Boys' School and Windsor Girls' School.


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