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School Toolkits

Educators can use the Health Unit's elementary and secondary school toolkits to complement curriculum for various school topics. Strategies target multiple levels of influence including students’ and parents’ attitudes and knowledge, classroom and school level social and physical environments as well as school policies.

Elementary Schools

Elementary School Toolkit: Promoting Vegetables, Fruit and Water

Healthy Eating

Elementary School Toolkit: Promoting Healthy Growth and Development

Human Development
and Sexual Health

Elementary School Toolkit: Promoting Connectedness

Mental Health

Elementary School Toolkit: Reducing Sedentary Behaviour

Sedentary Behaviour

Secondary Schools

Secondary School Toolkit: Promoting Vegetables and Fruit

Healthy Eating

Secondary School Toolkit: Promoting Healthy Growth and Development

Human Development
and Sexual Health

 Secondary School Toolkit: Promoting Connectedness
Mental Health
 Secondary School Toolkit: Reducing Sedentary Behaviour
Sedentary Behaviour
 

How were these resources developed?

These toolkits were designed to support The Foundations for a Healthy School resource. It recommends that health topics are addressed across each of the components of the framework which include:

  • Curriculum teaching and learning;
  • School and classroom leadership;
  • Student engagement;
  • Social and physical environment; and
  • School and community partnerships.
 

Contact Us

Child and Youth Program Team at the Middlesex-London Health Unit

  • 519-663-5317 ext. 3060
 

Highlights of the Toolkits:

  • Contain curriculum connected activities that can be used in the classroom and school to reinforce learning of various practices
  • Activities to support school and classroom leadership and student engagement
  • School level initiatives to create supportive environments. School announcements, recipes and newsletter inserts to send home
 
Date of creation: June 23, 2017
Last modified on: December 5, 2017