Healthy Schools Partnership Gold Award

Healthy Schools Partnership (HSP) Gold Award recognises good practice in demonstrating, sustaining (and learning from) outcomes and impact in supporting children and young people to achieve or maintain a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing. Schools should:

  1. Have achieved and maintained the HSP Silver Award
  2. Record and report impact: Evidence of what has changed as a result of the intervention (planned or unintended outcomes and wider impact)
  3. Sustain successful activities
  4. Develop links with the wider community
  5. Make changes to the school or local environment which contributes to a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing outcomes
  6. Share and respond to learning
  7. Support other settings and organisations to help children and young people to achieve or maintain a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing

Download the following guide and reporting tool to record and report impact to achieve the HSP Gold Award:

Healthy Schools London Gold Award Guide
HSP Gold Reporting Tool

Support and validation

  • the local Healthy Schools coordinator will work with the school to report on outcomes and evaluate actions to achieve the HSP Gold Award.

  • the school will self-validate and agree final validation for HSP Gold with the local Healthy Schools partnership and Healthy Schools London (via the HSL website).


Last updated: 9 August 2016
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