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Delivering Healthy Weight Education Tuesday 5 th March 2013. Somerset Health and Wellbeing in Learning Programme. Teresa Day Health & Wellbeing Education Advisor Fiona Moir Public Health Advisor for Children and Young

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Delivering healthy weight education tuesday 5 th march 2013

Delivering Healthy Weight EducationTuesday 5th March 2013


Somerset health and wellbeing in learning programme

Somerset Health and Wellbeing in Learning Programme

Teresa Day

Health & Wellbeing Education Advisor

Fiona Moir

Public Health Advisor for Children and Young

People


Morning agenda

Morning Agenda

  • 9:00 – Arrival, sign in - Tea/coffee

  • 9:30 – Introduction and ‘Blind data ice-breaker’

    Practical Session 1 – Thinking Games and Activities

  • 10:40 – Coffee

  • 11:00 – Bristol-based projects – Rachel Cooke

    Practical Session 2 – Using a Stimulus for Discussion

  • 12.20 – Lunch – The Blue School, Wells


Afternoon agenda

Afternoon Agenda

  • 1:00 – Healthy Eating – Carolyn Banfield (Bath)

    Practical Session 3 – Running a Health-Based Enquiry

  • 2:30 - A burst of activity!

  • 3:00 – Community Lifestyles Projects

  • 3:30 – Plenary

  • 3:45 - Close


Summary

Summary

  • Obesity is on the rise

  • It is a global, national and local issue with USA and UK with highest prevalence

  • It has growing cost implications for NHS – heart disease, diabetes and types of cancers

  • Poor diet and sedentary lifestyle impacts on mental health, relationships and wellbeing

  • The media plays a significant role in informing and confusing the issue


Philosophy for children thinking games think commit justify reflect

Philosophy for Children – Thinking GamesThink-Commit-Justify- Reflect

  • Swap across the circle if you think...donuts have to have a hole, sweets are great, you eat your 5-a-day.

  • What’s better, a cat or dog, being an adult or a child? Eating cake or curry?

  • Would you rather...? Vote with your feet scenarios

  • Evilometer – Ranking games

  • Concept Cake – Recipe for a healthy lifestyle


Philosophy for children using a stimulus

Philosophy for Children – Using a stimulus

  • Philosophy cocktail party – ask each other questions and listen to answers, swap and move on

  • Conceptometer – ranking and ordering ideas and events

  • DVD clips or Images/media and technology

  • Texts – Using fiction and non-fiction

  • Objects


Philosophy for children running an enquiry

Philosophy for Children – Running an Enquiry

  • Initial Response – One word in a circle

  • Creating questions – pairs and groups

  • Choosing questions - voting

  • First thought – everyone is given a chance to

    speak

  • Final word – conclusions, change of thinking


Delivering healthy weight education tuesday 5 th march 2013

Ofsted Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw wants a more professional approach to school governing bodies

  • He praised the best governors for focusing on the "big issues", such as "the quality of teaching, the progress and achievement of their pupils, and the culture which supports this".

  • But he condemned weak governing bodies for paying too much attention to what he called "marginal" concerns.

  • "Too much time spent looking at the quality of school lunches and not enough on maths and English," Sir Michael said.


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Website Resources

www.somersethealthinschools.co.uk

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