Healthy Schools

Healthy Schools

The National Healthy School Standard (NHSS)

In line with the Governments drive to to improve standards on health and education, Malbank School & Sixth Form College are proud to announce their approval by the National Healthy Schools Standard.

A healthy school promotes physical and emotional health by providing accessible and relevant information and equipping pupils with the skills and attitudes to make informed decisions about their health. It understands the importance of investing in health to assist in raising levels of pupil achievement and improving standards. It also recognises the need to provide both a physical and social environment that is conducive to learning.

Pupils and parents can support us by:-

Helping us to raise funds on Green Day which we can put towards small school projects which enhance our learning environment

  • Using our re-cycling bins in the classrooms (paper), on the yard (plastic bottles) and in front of school (for paper, glass, plastic bottles, tins and cans).
  • Volunteering to help with gardening and landscape projects (see Mrs Batty and Mrs Hoey)
  • Putting all litter in the bins provided
  • Abiding by Cheshire County Council's smoking ban

Link: Department for Education (DFE) Website

INITIATIVES


FIZZY DRINKS HAVE BEEN BANNED ON SCHOOL PREMISES
 

PLEASE SUPPORT US IN THIS INITIATIVE, AIMED AT IMPROVING BEHAVIOUR AND LITTER

AEROSOLS ARE DANGEROUS TO PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM ASTHMA AND ALLERGIES

Help us to provide a safer environment for staff and pupils by:

  • Leaving Sprays at home
  • Using roll-on deoderants
  • NEVER spraying in confined areas, especially clasrooms and changing rooms

CHEWING GUM IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN ON SITE

THANK YOU