Health & Wellbeing

 

St Ninian’s High school promotes an environment conducive to learning which supports and nurtures the health and wellbeing of our young people by encouraging a positive, safe, caring community creating relationships and opportunities which promote a healthy lifestyle. We will take into account the stage of growth, development and maturity of each individual, and the social and community context to ensure that our young people can develop the knowledge and understanding, skills, capabilities and attributes which they need for mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing now and in the future.

 

Our Health & Wellbeing policy is available via our School Policies either by visiting the Policy page on this website, or contacting the school.  This policy is currently undergoing an update, so readers should note that some content may not be up to date.  The updated policy will be published as soon as the review is complete.

 

The S1 Food Challenge Day will take place on Friday 10th May 2013. The day aims to encourage pupils to work as part of a team to improve their abilities with problem solving strategies, and learn to use them creatively. 

Pupils will take part in a variety of activities delivered by a number of departments including, Home Economics, Business Studies, Maths, Art and P.E. 

Pupils will develop a campaign which delivers positive messages about food and a healthy lifestyle.

We aim to encourage awareness of the links between diet, physical activity, personal health and the environment.