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Issue 4: Summer Term 2014

Healthy Schools London Celebration Event: Monday 9 June 2014

Thank you to all of the schools, Healthy Schools Leads and speakers who ensured that our celebration event was a morning to remember.

The Mayor thanks London schools

Over 250 people joined together to celebrate the first year of the Mayor's Healthy Schools London programme in The Chamber at City Hall. Mayor of London, Boris Johnson kicked off the celebrations by thanking all schools and Boroughs involved in Healthy Schools London. He underlined the importance of health and wellbeing to learning and achievement at school. The Mayor then introduced a dance performance by Ravenstone Primary School, LB Wandsworth which was full of energy and enthusiasm.

Support for Healthy Schools London

The event was chaired by Deputy Mayor, Victoria Borwick who is a great advocate for the work of Healthy Schools London and was a key driver behind the broadening of the Healthy Schools London Silver and Gold Awards to include Emotional Health and Wellbeing and PSHCEE. We were fortunate to have great support on the day from experts from the fields of Education, Sport and Physical Activity, Public Health and School Food. Speakers on the day were:

  • Cllr Victoria Borwick, Londonwide Assembly Member Deputy Mayor of London
  • Prof Greg Whyte, Professor of Applied Sport & Exercise Science, Liverpool John Moores University; Director of Performance, The Centre for Health and Human Performance
  • Myles Bremner, Director of School Food Plan
  • Dr Yvonne Doyle, Regional Director, Public Health England, London
  • John Martin - Principal Bacon’s College, Southwark

We are very grateful for their support.

Healthy Schools London Bronze, Silver and Gold Award Schools

We currently have 1030 London schools that have registered to take part in Healthy Schools London and 377 schools have achieved a HSL Bronze Award. 38 schools have achieved a Silver Award and 2 schools have achieved a Gold Award. As we were unable to invite all of the schools that had achieved a Bronze Award to the celebration event, we produced a map detailing all of those schools. You can check if your school is taking part or has achieved a Bronze Award by going to: . All Silver and Gold Award winners were invited to received their Awards in person.

HSL Silver Award Winners: 9 June 2014


Hillsgrove Primary School


St George the Martyr Primary School


Aylands School

Wilbury Primary School

Worcesters Primary School

Hazelbury Infant School


Alexandra Primary School

Earlsmead Primary School


Colham Manor Primary School

Grange Park Infant School

Yeading Infant and Nursery School


Robert Blair Primary School

Tower Hamlets

John Scurr Primary School

Virginia Primary School

Bygrove Primary School

Chisenhale Primary School

Manorfield Primary School

St Paul's Way Trust Secondary School

Stewart Headlam Primary School

Wellington Primary School

St Paul's Whitechapel C of E Primary School

Globe Primary School

Lawdale Primary School

Stebon Primary School

St Peter's London Docks C of E Primary School

William Davis Primary School

Old Palace Primary School

Phoenix School

St Anne's Catholic Primary School

St Luke's Church of England Primary School

St Saviour's Church of England Primary School    


QE II Jubilee School

Robinsfield Infants School

Soho Parish CofE Primary School


St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School

Hammersmith & Fulham

St. Stephen's CofE Primary School

HSL Silver and Gold Award Winners


Charlton Manor Primary School

Hammersmith and Fulham

Woodlane High School

Be inspired by one of our new films

At the event, 3 of our new inspirational films were shown for the first time. We have produced 8 new films that demonstrate how schools in London have found innovative ways of addressing health and wellbeing across their whole school community. The films are all under 5 minutes long so have a look, be inspired and get involved in Healthy Schools London.

  1. School sports/activity clubs: Woodlane High School (Special school), Hammersmith and Fulham
  2. Anti-bullying, Pupil voice: Hambrough Primary School, Ealing
  3. Active travel to school: Rockmount Primary, Croydon
  4. Healthy school meals, increase in uptake, dining room environment: Colham Manor Primary, Hillingdon
  5. Using Healthy Schools as a School Improvement tool (addressing exclusions, behaviour, attainment, Ofsted): Worcesters Primary School, Enfield
  6. Healthy volunteering: St Mary’s Catholic Primary, Waltham Forest
  7. Growing and Forest School: Redlands Primary School, Tower Hamlets
  8. Independent travel to school and bike maintenance (travel training): Oakwood Secondary School (Special school):

To watch them, go to:

Healthy Schools London

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