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Health Promotion Schools

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by Deka, Iesha,
Kimberley and Matt Health Promotion
in
Schools Issue Introduction Description of a
Healthy Setting The Ottawa Charter describes a healthy setting as “Health is created and lived by people within the setting of their everyday life; where they learn, work, play, and love" (WHO 1968). Target Audience International Perspective International Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpfge8oFG0Q http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KWPCEUIKbU Lunch Box
Activity PART ONE References A goal of a healthy setting is to maximize the prevention of disease through a whole system approach. Examples of settings include schools, worksites, hospitals, communities and cities (WHOa 2003). What is a Healthy School? A Health Promoting Schools program aims to create and improve awareness between health and the environment (WHOb 2012) Health promoting schools incorporates: teachers, teachers’ unions, students, parents, health providers and community leaders (WHOb 2012) AIM: provide schools with
health education
a healthy environment
school health services
school/community projects opportunities for physical education
programs for counseling
social support
mental health promotion 1) Assess each Lunch Box
2) Rank in order from LEAST healthy
to MOST healthy
3) Give reasons for your ranking (WHOb 2012) Adelaide High School (AHSa), 2012, Activities, Adelaidehs viewed 17 October 2012, http://www.adelaidehs.sa.edu.au/Portal/Turn-Your-Health-Around/Activities/Activities
Adelaide High School (AHSb), 2012,Curriculum, Adelaidehs, viewed 17 October 2012, http://www.adelaidehs.sa.edu.au/Portal/Turn-Your-Health-Around/Curriculum/Curriculum
Adelaide High School (AHSc), 2012, Turn Your Health Around Home Page, Adelaidehs, viewed 11 October 2012, http://www.adelaidehs.sa.edu.au/Portal/Turn-Your-Health-Around/Turn-Your-Health-Around-Home-Page
•Borushek, A 2009, Calorie Fat and Carbohydrate Counter, Family Health Publications, Western Australia
•Deschesnes, M, Martin, C & Hill, A, 2003, ‘Comprehensive Approaches to School Health Promotion: How to Achieve Broader Implementation?’, Health Promotion International, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 387-396
HLTH250clemson, 2011, ‘Inactivity and Obesity in Middle School Children’, YouTube, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KWPCEUIKbU>
Martinez, E, 2011, What is the Daily Intake of Carbohydrates for Children?, Livestrong, viewed 21 October 2012,< http://www.livestrong.com/article/509176-what-is-the-daily-intake-of-carbohydrates-for-children/#ixzz29v4ns3Vm>
National Center for Safe Routes to School (NCSRS), 2012, International Walk to School, viewed 20 October 2012, http://www.iwalktoschool.org/
PHEcanada100, 2010, ‘Health Promoting Schools – Children’s Health’, YouTube, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpfge8oFG0Q> Case Study:
Adelaide High School

"Turn Your Health Around" Lunch Box Activity Lunch Box Activity <http://www.vitalhealthzone.com/nutrition/diets/recommended_calorie_intake.php#1> Woolworths <http://www.woolworths.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/website/woolworths/fresh+living/fresh+food+kids/lunch-box-planner/lunchbox+planner> Federal grant received in 2009
Aim was to begin a project aimed at promoting physical activity and healthy nutrition Adelaide High School Turn Your Health Around Rewards based program
Student self managed
Involves student from years 8, 9 and 10 What Students do: Create and maintain a food and
exercise diary Competitions Duke of Edinburgh Award
Premiers Be Active Challenge
House points Ottawa Charter Strengthen Community Action Develop Personal Skills Reorient Health Services Build Healthy Public Policy Create Supportive Environments All students from years 8-10 are involved in the program. knowledge of healthy food and exercise
Deveopling healthy lifestyle habits
learning to organize physical activity events Remodeling of the canteen to serve healthy options The "Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Policy" Lunch Box Activity
PART TWO WHO/AFRO programs - Involve 32 countries to part of the Health promotion school initiative Physical and Health Education Canada provision of Quality Daily Physical Education and fostering healthy school communities Programs such Daily Curricular instruction for all students (K-12) International Walk to School Month International
Perspective A healthy school atmosphere is created and supported by students and teachers Ottawa Charter References Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE), 2012, Programs, viewed 19 October 2012http://www.phecanada.ca/programs
Vital Health Zone (VHZ), 2011, Recommended Calorie Intake, Vital Health Zone, viewed 19 October 2012, <http://www.vitalhealthzone.com/nutrition/diets/recommended_calorie_intake.php#1>
Woolfall, M 2011, Case study – Adelaide High School turning health around, Right Bite News, vol. 1, no. 3, viewed 11 October 2012, http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/eatwellsa/files/links/link_136518.pdf
World Health Organisation (WHO), 1968, The Ottawa Charter: Healthy Settings, World Health Organisation, viewed 10 October 2012, <http://www.who.int/healthy_settings/en/>
World Health Organisation (WHO), 2003, Health Promoting Schools, World Health Organisation, viewed 10 October 2012, <http://www.who.int/healthy_settings/about/en/index.html>
World Health Organisation (WHO)a, 2012, Healthy Settings, World Health Organisation, viewed 10 October 2012, <http://www.who.int/healthy_settings/en/>
World Health Organisation (WHO)b, 2012, What is a health promoting school?, World Health Organisation, viewed 18 October 2012,<http://www.who.int/school_youth_health/gshi/hps/en/index.html>
World Health Organisation (WHOc), 2012, Global School Health Initiative - School and Youth Health, viewed 19 October 2012 http://www.who.int/school_youth_health/gshi/en/ (i) the formal health curriculum that gives school-aged children the essential knowledge and social skills that will allow them to make enlightened choices affecting their physical and psycho-social health (Deschesnes et al 2003) (ii) the school environment, which refers to the quality of the physical environment and the school climate, the health services and policies of the school(Deschesnes et al 2003) (iii) the school/community interactions (Deschesnes et al 2003). 3 Components of HPS
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