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  1. Health promoting schools policy

    The School Health Programme was established in 1986 by the Ministry of Education (MoE) in order to give an additional impetus to the health issues related to school children. The programme includes medical screening of children, health education and awareness on various health issues through core curricular and co-curricular activities, and provision of health information for teachers and parents. …

  2. School health promotion programme in Sri Lanka

    This document defines the school health promotion programme in Sri Lanka. It introduces the country situation and provides a literature review pertaining to the school health and the health promotion programmes. It provides an overview of the school health promotion programme concerning the following aspects: administration of school health promotion activities, healthy school policies, school health curriculum issues, school’s physical environment, school’s social environment, school health services, community links, and monitoring and evaluation. …

  3. School health promotion programme. Medium term plan 2008 - 2012

    The goal of the chool health promotion policy is to create a sustainable health promoting school culture enabling the children to optimally benefit from educational opportunities provided, and promote healthy lifestyles among themselves, their families and the community. The policy objectives are 1. To develop policy, legal structure and partnerships among all stake holders for promoting health of school community, 2. To ensure a safe, healthy environment, both physical and psycho-social that facilitates learning, 3. To provide skills-based health education for school children, 4. …

  4. Integrated school health policy

    The general objective of this school health policy is to guide the provision of a comprehensive, integrated school health programme which is provided as part of the primary health care (PHC) package within the Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) framework. …

  5. National school health policy

    The goals of the National School Health Policy are to: i. Enhance the quality of health in the school community; ii. Create an enabling environment for inter-sectoral partnership in the promotion of child friendly school environment, for teaching and learning and health development. The objectives of the National School Health Policy are to: i. Provide the necessary legal framework for mobilization of support for the implementation of the School Health Programme; ii. …

  6. School health policy

    This health promoting policy outlines Ministry’s policy regarding the implementation of global health promoting school initiative in Maldives. It is anticipated that implementation of the health promoting school initiative as guided by this policy will contribute to achievement of the Quality School goals and targets. This initiative will involve the entire school community: school management, teachers, students and parents. It will encourage the professional development of teachers and curriculum change to teach health promoting concepts, and engage student in health promoting activities. …

  7. School health and nutrition guidelines. Together for healthy productive schools

    These School Health and Nutrition (SHN) Guidelines put the Strategy into action. They are derived from the SHN strategy, guiding principles and the four components of the FRESH (Focusing Resources on School Health and Nutrition) approach namely: policies and standards, essential SHN services, productive school environment that is safe and sanitary, and skills based education. The objectives of the Guidelines are to help partners to: 1. Improve coordination, monitoring and evaluation; 2. Maximize resource use in a transparent manner and reduce duplication; 3. …

  8. School health manual. Comprehensive school health teachers activity manual

    This manual is addressed to all stakeholders concerned with school health. The School Health Policy and presently the Manual proposes to view health holistically, utilize all educational opportunities for health promotion including formal and informal approaches in curriculum pedagogy. The school health policy concerns the Central Board of Secondary Education and its affiliated schools and educational organizations. It should provide useful information to the community sector and other organizations that also have an interest in engaging in school based health initiatives.

  9. National school health policy and implementation guidelines

    This document contains:- A description of the policy development process; - The rationale and context for the policy; - An outline of the main health needs of school-aged children; - The vision, mission, principles and main objectives; - A package of school health service activities; - A framework for monitoring and evaluation; - Implementation guidelines.

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