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Harlow schools scoop healthy eating awards

Communities / Sat 22nd Mar 2014 at 09:19am

OVER 200 schools from across Essex, including many from Harlow, have been awarded Healthy Schools
Awards. The Foundation Stage Award is given to schools meeting 41
standards in emotional health and wellbeing; personal, social and
health education; physical activity; and healthy eating.

For schools that have successfully achieved the foundation stage there
is an opportunity to achieve an Enhanced Healthy Schools Award.
This involves further work on health and wellbeing priorities to
support educational attendance and attainment.

Essex County Council is currently working with over 500 schools on the
Healthy Schools Award, with 8 new schools achieving the foundation
award, 206 renewing their award at foundation stage and 18 receiving
the enhanced award.

The awards were presented at a special ceremony by Councillor Ann
Naylor, Essex County Council Cabinet Member for Public Health and
Councillor Ray Gooding, Essex County Council Cabinet Member for
Education with guest speaker Tim Coulson, Director for Education and
Lifelong Learning.

Councillor Gooding said: “I am delighted to see so many of our schools
picking up awards, demonstrating the excellent work schools are doing
to raise the standards of both pupils’ achievement and pupils’
health.”

Harlow schools listed below.

Church Langley Community Primary School
Fawbert and Barnard (UNDL) Primary School
Hare Street Community Primary School and Nursery
Holy Cross Catholic Primary Academyhealthy
Katherines Primary School
Mark Hall Academy
Purford Green Primary School
St Alban’s Catholic Academy
Stewards Academy
Tany’s Dell Community Primary School
The Henry Moore Primary School

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