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Relationships Education

Wiltshire children learn about positive relationships


through PSHE Education in Wiltshire schools

Healthy Children

make better learners

Physical Activity

Wiltshire Healthy Schools promote a range of opportunities for physical activity

The Whole School approach

involves pupils, staff and parents

Healthy Eating

Wiltshire school children learn to prepare healthy food

PSHE Education

Teacher Training at Melksham PDC

Welcome to Wiltshire Healthy Schools

This programme, provided by Schools & Learning and Public Health, supports schools effectively address the health and wellbeing of children and young people. 

Using the whole school approach and teaching Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education, schools can build on previous developments to actively promote learning and healthy lifestyle choices. Support provided aims to build the capacity of schools to deliver effective and sustainable interventions for all children. 

Latest news

Preventing CSE through PSHE education - Today Wiltshire...Read more
Invite to take part in new pupil health and wellbeing...Read more
New Wiltshire democracy teaching resource - As part...Read more

Quick links & popular pages

Ethos 24 (newsletter)

Current national and local PSHE education and Healthy Schools news

New Wiltshire pupil survey

Your school can sign up for the pupil health and wellbeing survey

Health Events Calendar

October: Stoptober, Walk to School Month and more.

November: Anti Bullying, School Meal and Road Safety Week

Training and Events 

Forthcoming PSHE education training and Healthy Schools dates

What's new on the site

CSE teaching resources

Lists of available resources for use as part of PSHE education 

PSHE education

Updated September 2014

Supporting Healthy Relationships

Healthy Schools PSHE conference materials July 2014

Healthwatch Wiltshire

New link added to pupil survey (Oct 14)