Health Education Trust
|The UK academic partner is a UK based charity founded in 1993. The HET in partnership with schools seek to elaborate, and refine the model of the “whole school” in relation to health and the eating practices of children in and out of school. In particular, this collective seek to center of elements of the whole school initiative that have resulted in positive changes in children and adult’s behavior in relation to health. The HET has experience in transforming cultural change through a whole setting approach. We furthermore have experience in enabling change across schools, empowering student voice to lead in school settings and consult with peers through participatory methods. The HET has been the pioneers of the Whole School Approach through the development of School Nutrition Action Groups. FFL works to transform food culture through education in the curriculum including cooking, growing and farm links, healthy and sustainable school meals and engagement of families and community through school setting.||HET will use its experience and expertise from health promoting schools and knowledge about school meal program as well as its experience from international projects to lead in the development of policy recommendations. The HET will work in particular to develop and evaluate the curricular aspects of the Haworth School lead activities on school gardening. The charity mainly works in settings to support and enable change around health and wellbeing using participatory approaches. The Trust has been a partner in the 7th year Food For Life Programme (FFLP). FFLP works to transform food culture through education in the curriculum including cooking, growing and farm links, healthy and sustainable school meals and engagement of families and the community through the school setting.
Read more about the Health Education Trust here: www.healtheducationtrust.org.uk (external link).