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Title: South East Conference Tackling Childhood Obesity


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South East ConferenceTackling Childhood Obesity
  • Model of Good Practice?

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We planted a seed and now we are cultivating the
ground
  • The seed was?

3
Bien Etre
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The Project
  • Extended schools (Dover)
  • Increasing cultural awareness (France)
  • Food as a community focus
  • INTERREG
  • Cooking Carnival
  • Menu of activities in and about schools

5
Cross Border
  • Launches and Closing Events
  • Network and Local Learning Groups
  • Professional exchange of practices
  • Festivals of Food, Culture and Sport
  • Pen Pals
  • Links to other projects

6
Legacy
  • Collaborative and cohesive unit of professionals
  • Brand and foundations established
  • Funding potential
  • Every child matters
  • No pain, no gain

7
Positives
  • Partnership working
  • Breaking down barriers
  • Parental engagement
  • Introducing children and families to healthy
    lifestyles
  • Addressing inequalities and exclusion

8
East Kent Healthy Schools Programme
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New Healthy School Status
  • Personal Social and Health Education including
    SRE and drug education (including alcohol,
    tobacco and volatile substance abuse)
  • Healthy Eating
  • Physical Activity
  • Emotional Health and Well-Being

10
Programme offering support for schools addressing
Healthy Eating
  • Developing a Whole School Food Policy
  • Curriculum opportunities for Healthy Eating
  • Transforming School Food
  • How to use the Balance of Good Health in
    practical food education

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Members of staff planning a programme of work are
able to find out about schemes of work, useful
resources and web-sites
Using the Balance of Good Health
To ensure that pupils have opportunities to learn
about different types of food in the context of a
balanced diet
Fruit and vegetables Bread, other cereals and
potatoes Milk and dairy foods Meat, fish and
alternatives Foods containing fat/sugar
12
Healthy eating support for schools in Dover
locality
  • 25 schools in Delta wards
  • Funding from DELTA project
  • 8-9 hours of support for each school
  • All schools to understand how to evidence Healthy
    Eating criteria for the new Healthy School status

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The dietitian will facilitate the process of
consultation with pupils, parents, teaching and
support staff for development of a whole school
food policy
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Training for catering and support staff about new
DFES requirements and practical ways to offer
healthier options
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Planning healthier packed lunches with pupils
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Parent workshops around healthier eating
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Extra curricular cookery clubs for pupils or
vegetable box schemes for parents
18
A garden project can help to provide
opportunities for physical activity as well as
healthier eating
19
Lets Get Started
  • Pilot project January 2006 at the Discovery
    Centre in Dover
  • Designed as a healthy lifestyle drop in service
    targeting new year resolutions
  • Multi-agency event
  • Follow ups and ongoing support
  • Signposting
  • Needs assessment
  • Future work

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Lets Get Started
  • Aim
  • To promote health behaviour change amongst
    individuals and families in Dover
  • Objectives
  • To publicise the projects being run by a range of
    agencies in Dover
  • To raise awareness of health issues
  • To provide nutritional information
  • To provide physical activity advice
  • To recruit participants for exercise referral,
    stop smoking, healthwalks and cooking/healthy
    eating sessions
  • To establish a monitoring and evaluation system

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Lets Get Started
  • Aim
  • To promote health behaviour change amongst
    individuals and families in Dover
  • Objectives
  • To publicise the projects being run by a range of
    agencies in Dover
  • To raise awareness of health issues
  • To provide nutritional information
  • To provide physical activity advice
  • To recruit participants for exercise referral,
    stop smoking, healthwalks and cooking/healthy
    eating sessions
  • To establish a monitoring and evaluation system

22
Lets Get Started Programme, three drop in events
will include
Kids Club
Blood Pressure Testing
Exercise referral
Green gang
DIY Cooking and Exercise for men
Body fat analysis
Health walks
Time to move it activities
Services offered adults
Health Checks
Services offered children
Recruiting participants for
Cook and Eat on referral
Music workshop
Lung function testing
Nutrition workshops
Community Exercise Class
Waist measurement
Exercise taster sessions
Family based activities
Shapewise
Carbon monoxide reading
Vista leisure
Sports Club Taster Session
Exercise Referral
23
Project developments
DIY Cooking and exercise for men
Kids Club
Shapewise
Facilitator training
Cook and Eat on referral
Healthy eating training Healthy Schools
Exercise referral
Community exercise classes
Healthwalks
24
Potential Benefits
  • Community engagement in all Delta wards
  • Improving access to services
  • Education
  • Developing the workforce through training
  • More cohesive partnership working

25
Kids Club
  • To provide children and their parents with
    positive experiences and the necessary skills to
    lead a healthier lifestyle
  • Whole family centred approach
  • Behaviour modification
  • For overweight or obese boys and girls (6-13
    years old)
  • Referral Process GPs, school nurses,
    self-referrals
  • Physical activity sessions for the children
  • Education sessions for the parents/guardians

26
Exit Strategy
  • Projects set up through
  • Lets Get Started
  • Programme
  • Eg
  • Kids Club
  • Cook and eat on referral
  • Facilitator training
  • DIY Cooking and Exercise
  • for men
  • Community exercise
  • class
  • Shapewise
  • Exercise referral
  • Healthy eating training -
  • Healthy Schools

Obesity strategy
Healthy Schools
Future Funding streams
27
Supporting the Healthy Schools Programme
  • Vista Leisure and Physical Activity
  • Community Vista
  • Working with schools to identify their needs
  • Speaking to agencies currently active in the
    target areas

28
Time 2 Move It!
  • Time to Move
  • Progression Development
  • Working Partnerships
  • Fun Fitness
  • Showing results
  • Sustainability

29
Lets Get Out!
  • Specialist Needs
  • A Life Changing Experience
  • Identifying Participants
  • Making a Difference

30
School Sports and Community Exercise Programme
  • The Dover District Partnership
  • Providing Specialist Knowledge
  • Making Sport and Activities Fun
  • Something for Everyone

31
Community VistaWorking in Partnership
  • David Harcourt - Community Manager
  • Tel 01304 201145 DDI 01304 245353
  • E-mail daveharcourt_at_vistaleisure.com

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Tackling Childhood Obesity in Aylesham
  • Healthy Eating
  • First Steps Parenting Group
  • Healthy Tuck Policy
  • Young Chefs Club
  • Healthy Eating on a Budget
  • Healthy Eating Weeks
  • One Stop Health Shop Café (opens June 2007)

37
Tackling Childhood Obesity in Aylesham
  • Exercise
  • Health Walks
  • Skipping Workshops (schools)
  • Increased Curriculum Time (schools)
  • Walking Bus Scheme (schools)
  • Lots more

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Some of the Partners
  • Eastern Coastal Kent PCT
  • Aylesham Primary School
  • St Josephs' Primary School
  • Kaleidoscope Childcare
  • Sunshine Corner Neighbourhood Nursery
  • Project DELTA/LEEEAPS Working Group
  • Kent Childrens Fund

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Working in Partnership
  • Promoting/Marketing Activities
  • Mutual Support
  • Referrals
  • Follow Up and Reinforce Learning
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