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School Environment Questionnaire - Thank you
 
Thank you so much for all of you that have already completed the School Environment Questionnaire for their school, it covers school policies and practices across a range of health and wellbeing areas.

The information from this is very important for school health research; what you tell us can be related to student responses on health and wellbeing issues and will provide useful information for the Welsh Network of Healthy Schools Scheme.

*In the next edition of the newsletter there will be a summary of research undertaken on the findings from the School Environment Questionnaire 2014 around the importance of senior management commitment to health.

If you haven’t managed to complete it yet, we would ask that it is returned by Friday April 15th.
Webinar Invitation
 
Using your Student Health and Wellbeing Report: sharing tips and ideas
Wednesday April 27th 2016, 3.45-4.30pm
 
We have been asking you to ‘hold this date’ since the start of the academic year; however we are now happy to announce we will be considering your Student Health and Wellbeing Reports, giving you some helpful tips but also encouraging you to ask questions and share your thoughts.
 
We will conclude the webinar with a brief sharing of Network news. For further information about how you can join us and to register click here.
Following on from our successful summer events in Llandudno and Swansea last summer, we will be holding two similar events one in North and one in South Wales.
 
Deganwy Quay Hotel (near Llandudno) Thursday 16th June, 10 am – 3 pm
The Orbit Centre Merthyr Tydfil – Thursday 23rd June, 10 am – 3 pm

 
Each event will provide an opportunity for:
  • Networking with others schools
  • Sharing good practice in the use of Student Health and Wellbeing Reports
  • Learning about current health research
To register for the North Wales event click here.
To register for the South/Mid/West Wales event click here
Would you value training or support across your school curriculum from University staff and students? Visit the Cardiff University Curriculum Support Website

The site is designed so you can search activities by key stage, curriculum subject and type of activity. There are also activities and events to encourage students to aspire to higher education. One new addition this summer is training on resourcing the new ‘A’ level Biology curriculum.
Singing For Health – Tenovus Cancer Care Schools Resource for KS3/KS4 Science
 
In 2010 Tenovus Cancer Care worked with Cardiff University to prove that singing can help cancer patients and their families. They now have fifteen choirs across Wales and have developed a schools’ resource for KS3/4 Science that helps schools talk to pupils about research and using the choirs as an engaging example.

To support this resource the Big Gig fundraising pack encourages students to take part in musical fundraising.

For free educational materials and fundraising pack:
Email 
Tel: 029 2076 8863.
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