Welcome to our Resources page


Here you will find all of the resources available to you and your school if you are actively engaged with the Manchester Healthy Schools Programme. In order to be actively engaged with the programme you need to have completed the Health Check

Please click on each of the thematic areas below to explore current resources that are available to you. Resources include template policies and policy guidance, curriculum resources and lesson plans as well as links to film clips and documents that you can download to support your action plans.

These resources are part of our universal offer to schools and can be accessed by all engaged schools.

A Whole School Approach To health And Well Being

Drugs and Alcohol Education

Drugs and alcohol education is fundamental for children and young people to grow up healthy and safe. Effective alcohol and drug education builds pupil resilience and life skills around alcohol and dr...

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Social and Emotional Health

Manchester Healthy Schools are committed to improving the social and emotional health of children and young people across the city. We support schools to promote equality and diversity, tolerance and...

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Healthy Lifestyles

The Healthy Lifestyles theme aims to promote and develop healthy lifestyle choices in the school age population, preventing and reducing the number of children with excess weight across Manchester, an...

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Mental Health and Wellbeing

More than 1 in 10 children and young people now suffer from a common mental health problem (YoungMinds, 2017). Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to supporting schools to develop early interventi...

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Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to ensuring good-quality, age-appropriate RSE is available to all children and young people across the city.

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This includes all aspects of Personal, Social, Health and Economic education and is suppored through our universal offer.

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Unintentional Injury Prevention

Unintentional injury is one of the leading causes of death in children in the UK. All areas of unintentional injury are covered including road safety, water safety and home safety.

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