Leicestershire healthy schools


Parents section

Parents section

This section of our website is aimed at giving parents more information around the healthy schools issues. Here you will find details about the programme itself, ideas on how to support your child around healthy schools topics and suggestions as to how you can get involved with healthy schools work going on in schools.

We are really keen to find out whether its helpful so if you have any comments or suggestions about how we can improve things please email healthyschools@leics.gov.uk or call us on 0116 3053197.


Personal, Social, Health, Education

Parents guide to alcohol

The Leicestershire Teenage Pregnancy Partnership have published a  'Time to Talk' Leaflet for parents - explaining why it is important to talk about relationships and sex with your child

Sexting: advice for parents

Improving communication with your child

 Talk soon, talk often - guide for parents

The government of Western Australia has produced a booklet and a one-page sheet of tips for parents about talking to their children about sex. The resources encourage parents to start talking to their children from birth. The resources can be downloaded below:

Talk soon, Talk often Guide

Talk soon, Talk often Tipsheet

 SelfieCop is a new app that can teach kids safer camera behaviour.  SelfieCop allows parents to check photos & videos taken by their child's smartphone.www.selfiecop.com

New SMARTPHONE for kids this Christmas? SelfieCop can protect them from Sexting

Lots of kids will get a new smartphone with a built-in camera this Christmas - parent flyer




This section is aimed at giving parents more information around the healthy schools issues.

Find out more about Parents Information



In this section you will find example school policies, useful templates and copies of key national guidance.

Find out more about resources


Training and Events

Training courses cover topics including PSHE Education, policy development and promoting healthy lifestyles.

Find out more about training & events


Self validation

In autumn 2006 the process of self validation was introduced to minimise bureaucracy.

Find out for more about Self Validation

Link to home page