School wins award for focussing on good health
Posted on December 5, 2006
Eaton Bray Lower School has earned National Healthy School Status.
After a series of inspections by the Bedfordshire Healthy Schools Scheme, the school demonstrated that it was meeting the standards and criteria in four core themes: Personal, social and health education (including sex and relationships education and drug and alchohol education); healthy eating; physical activity; and emotional health and well being (including bullying).
Headtecher, Sue Hounslow, said: "We are absolutely delighted to be awarded the healthy schools status. It's always been an important part of our work at this school with all four aspects being high priorities, so it's wonderful to be rewarded for it."
Two teachers and two pupils will attend a ceremony to collect the school's award on January 23 at the Rufus Centre in Flitwick.
More information is available about Schools in Eaton Bray.
Source: Leighton Buzzard Observer, 5 December 2006
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