The National Healthy Schools Programme promotes the link between good health, behaviour and achievement through four key areas: healthy eating; physical activity; personal, social and health education (PL); and emotional health and well-being.
Bowden House School was first awarded National Healthy School Status in 2006 and when required we have successfully renewed our status. Eleanor O’Donohoe a healthy lives Adviser at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets wrote this email in March 2013:
Dear Bowden House,
Congratulations! I am writing to you to confirm that you have now renewed your Healthy Schools Award – so well done!
Thanks so much for all your hard work renewing your Healthy Schools Award – and your status will now run from May 2013 to May 2015 as that is when your status was due to expire.
I look forward to hopefully awarding you your Renewed Healthy Schools awards at the Celebration Event on 2nd July – and continuing to work with you around the health and wellbeing of your pupils now and in the future.
Healthy Lives Adviser
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