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									                                    Healthy eating
                              Leadership and management
             Quality Standard                  Achieved Working      Not      Evidence
                                                        towards    started/
                                                                  guidance
                                                                   needed
1.   The school has a written healthy
     eating policy which includes:
          a whole school approach to
             policy development
             (involvement of staff, parents,
             governors, pupils, health
             professionals and LEA)
          DfES, DoH, LEA and PCT
             guidance
          an annual review process.

2.   Consistent, informed messages for
     pupils and staff about healthy eating
     are provided e.g. food on offer in tuck
     shops, vending machines, breakfast
     clubs and school meals complement
     the taught curriculum.

3.   Parents are informed that there is a
     healthy eating policy and that healthy
     eating will be part of the curriculum.

4.   School meals and other school
     provision conform to local and
     national guidelines.

5.   Parents are provided with information
     to support healthy packed lunch
     options.

6.   Healthy eating education takes
     account of the need for suitably
     trained and supported staff, suitable
     learning environments and flexibility
     of pupil groupings.

7.   Appropriate storage of packed
     lunches is provided to reduce the risk
     of food poisoning
             Quality Standard                 Achieved Working      Not      Evidence
                                                       towards    started/
                                                                 guidance
                                                                  needed
8.    Fresh drinking water is available for
      pupils throughout the school day.

9.    Oral/dental hygiene is included in
      the school’s policy and curriculum
      development.

10.   The school meals provision is
      sensitive to cultural, social, health
      and economic issues and is seen as
      contributing to school improvement.

11.   All staff involved in healthy eating
      are consulted about and have
      access to relevant professional
      development opportunities.

12.   All staff teaching healthy eating and
      involved in the management of
      healthy eating are aware of their
      roles and responsibilities.

13.   Effective use is made of outside
      agencies and adults other than
      teachers to complement the
      planned programme.

14.   There is a process for negotiating
      with visitors their role and how this
      will be monitored and evaluated.
      The teacher plays an active role in
      these sessions.
                                       Healthy eating
                                    Teaching and learning
             Quality Standard                 Achieved Working      Not      Evidence
                                                       towards    started/
                                                                 guidance
                                                                  needed
1.    A wide range of teaching and
      learning styles, matched to the
      needs and ages of pupils, are used
      in the healthy eating programme.
2.    The curriculum explores issues of
      body image and diet, and
      challenges stereotypes to foster
      positive attitudes towards eating.
3.    Taking account of age and key
      stage, practical food skills are
      taught in the curriculum. This may
      include managing a budget to
      secure a healthy diet, cooking and
      food safety.
4.    All pupils are aware of sources of
      information and support within and
      outside school in relation to healthy
      eating matters.
5.    Resources are age and need
      appropriate and contribute to
      meeting teaching and learning
      objectives.
6.    Parents are given opportunities to
      support their children’s learning
      about healthy eating.
7.    Opportunities are provided to put
      learning about healthy eating into
      practice.
8.    The healthy eating programme
      recognises and promotes an ethos
      of valuing pupils, raising self-
      esteem and takes place in a culture
      of mutual respect where pupils are
      not afraid to discuss their ideas.
9.    Effective use is made of outside
      agencies and adults other than
      teachers to complement the
      planned programme.
10.   There is a process for negotiating
      with visitors their role and how this
      will be monitored and evaluated.
      The teacher plays an active role in
      these sessions.
                                              Healthy eating
                                             Pupil involvement
             Appropriate mechanisms for collecting and collating the information
                   requested below should be developed by the school
             Quality Standard                  Achieved    Working      Not           Evidence
                                               90% of      towards started/ - through discussion
                                               responses   50% or    guidance groups, interviews
                                               confirm     more       needed and/or questionnaires
                                               this view   responses < 50%     completed by young
                                                                     responses people in the school
1.   The pupils feel that the school
     presents consistent, informed
     messages about healthy eating.

2.   Pupils’ attitudes, opinions and ideas
     about healthy eating are valued and
     respected and pupils feel able to
     contribute to lessons.

3.   Healthy eating teaching recognises
     and promotes an ethos of valuing
     pupils, raising self-esteem and takes
     place in a culture of mutual respect
     and where pupils are not afraid to
     discuss their ideas.

4.   Pupils are actively involved in
     evaluating the school’s healthy
     eating programme and their views
     inform the planning process and
     future teaching.

5.   Pupils’ views reflect that healthy food
     options are provided at lunch and
     break times and in the breakfast
     club, if one is provided.

6.   Pupils’ state that fresh drinking water
     is available throughout the school
     day.

7.   Pupils know where to go and how to
     access support services in relation to
     healthy eating.

								
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