Resources for Professionals in HaltonDownload resources for use by professionals in Halton
GULP (Give up Loving Pop) Campaign May 2018
Below are posters and social media images for use locally in Halton for this campaign which runs from 21 to 28 May 2018.
Posters (all PDF format):
Social Media Assets
Head Teacher Conference FEB 2018 – Mental Health and Wellbeing
Below are links to download all of the presentations from our Headteacher Conference in February 2018.
N.B. Language Warning – Staff Only
More than two decades ago, two respected researchers, clinical physician Dr. Vincent Felitti and CDC epidemiologist Robert Anda, published the game-changing Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. It revealed a troubling but irrefutable phenomenon: the more traumatic experiences the respondents had as children (such as physical and emotional abuse and neglect), the more likely they were to develop health problems later in life—problems such as cancer, heart disease, and high blood pressure. To complicate matters, there was also a troubling correlation between adverse childhood experiences and prevalence of drug and alcohol abuse, unprotected sex, and poor diet. Combined, the results of the study painted a staggering portrait of the price our children are paying for growing up in unsafe environments, all the while adding fuel to the fire of some of society’s greatest challenges.
We have produced a booklet for primary and secondary school teachers to help them promote breastfeeding to pupils.