By Goodman-Brown, Jane; Gottwald, Mary
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The World Heath Organisation also suggests six key areas for schools to work towards: In order to improve health, schools can work towards six key areas: 1 school health policies 2 the physical environment of the school 3 the school’s social environment 4 community relationships 5 personal health skills 6 school health services (WHO 1996, cited in Lee et al. 2007: 753) You can download the latest UK Healthy Schools Toolkit from the Department for Education website. This toolkit provides schools with information on how to carry out a needs assessment, and helps schools to plan, implement and evaluate health promotion initiatives (Department for Education 2011).
An example might be examining perceived differences in health status linked to household income. Those in the lowest quintile of incomes tend to have a more negative view of their health (40 per cent reporting their health is not good), as opposed to those in the highest quintile, where only 15 per cent report their health is not good (Graham 2007). This reflects that those in low income groups tend to have poorer health. Looking at health in relation to social hierarchies suggests that it is those from socially disadvantaged groups – whether as a result of finance or position in society, for example, ethnic groups – who are more likely to have poor health than those from advantaged groups.
Maidenhead: Open University Press. Green, J. and Tones, K. (2010) Health Promotion: Planning and Strategies. London: Sage. Hubley, J. and Copeman, J. (2008) Practical Health Promotion. Cambridge: Polity. Lucas, K. and Lloyd, B. (2005) Health Promotion: Evidence and Experience. London: Sage. Naidoo, J. and Wills, J. (2009) Foundations for Health Promotion. London: Baillière Tindall Elsevier. Piper, S. (2009) Health Promotion for Nurses: Theory and Practice. London and New York: Routledge. Scriven, A.