Children’s Health and Social Services

Living Well Schools brings together the services and resources for schools around the Asthma Friendly Schools Initiative; the local SEND offer; the 0-19 offer and the Single Point of Access for Children’s Social Care.

Currently under development, more offers coming.

The Bradford SEND offer

Bradford 0-19 Service

Single Point of Access for Children’s Social Services

Asthma Schools Initiative

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Free Asthma and Anaphylaxis E-Learning Training

Asthma and Anaphylaxis awareness training

From September 2019 we are offering a revised free of charge training offer to schools, as outlined below:
• All school staff will be offered online training in the form of an Asthma and Anaphylaxis UK e-learning resource, which can be completed by all school staff.
These changes to our training offer will ensure that every member of school staff, including supply staff, catering staff, lunchtime supervisors, out of school facilities, caretaker etc, can receive this potentially lifesaving information. The e-learning can be completed when convenient, at individuals’ own pace, and can be revisited if not completed in one session.

Schools will be asked to confirm compliance with maintaining an asthma register and that children and young people in school have an asthma/allergy action plan. This is part of the work for schools obtaining asthma friendly status.

Asthma E-learning Module

Anaphylactic E-Learning Module

Please note, trainer adrenaline auto injectors (AAI) can be obtained from the following websites:

www.jext.co.uk

www.epipen.co.uk

www.emerade.co.uk

Dedicated Resources

Living Well Improving Sleep

This FREE e-learning course has been developed in partnership by The Cellar Trust and MyWellbeing College to provide an introduction to sleep. The course aims to help individuals gain a better understanding about the benefits of good sleep as well as examining common sleep problems. Practical suggestions for improving sleep are provided as well as information about further help and support that is available.

PHE Free Oral Health Lesson Plans

Public Health England free oral health resources.

After completing these lessons, students should be able to:
KS1: Understand how sugary drinks can affect teeth; name ways to keep teeth healthy; understand that eating or drinking too much sugar causes tooth decay
KS2: Design an experiment to show how sugary drinks can affect teeth; describe ways to keep their teeth healthy; understand that eating or drinking too much sugar causes tooth decay.

NEW study on asthma management in children

Want to help us develop an intervention for children to manage their asthma better?

We are looking for primary school with an ethnically diverse population and pupils in years 4-6 with asthma.

We want to work with a school that goes Above and Beyond to support their pupils’ physical and mental health: a school that wants to make a difference.

For further information visit out resources section and search for New Study on asthma management in children.

Free Asthma E-learning Module

Asthma and Anaphylaxis awareness training

From September 2019 we are offering a revised free of charge training offer to schools, as outlined below:
• All school staff will be offered online training in the form of an Asthma and Anaphylaxis UK e-learning resource, which can be completed by all school staff.
These changes to our training offer will ensure that every member of school staff, including supply staff, catering staff, lunchtime supervisors, out of school facilities, caretaker etc, can receive this potentially lifesaving information. The e-learning can be completed when convenient, at individuals’ own pace, and can be revisited if not completed in one session.

Schools will be asked to confirm compliance with maintaining an asthma register and that children and young people in school have an asthma/allergy action plan. This is part of the work for schools obtaining asthma friendly status.