26 September 2012, IET Teacher Building, Glasgow
On the 26th of September 2012, The Dairy Council launched its new Health and Wellbeing Awards Programme for Scottish Secondary Schools with a launch event at the IET Teacher Building in Glasgow.
The conference programme for the day was as follows:
- Welcome and overview of the Health and Wellbeing Award – Dr Judith Bryans, Director, The Dairy Council.
- Keynote Address – Richard Lockhead MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Environment.
- What impact does dairy in my diet have on the environment? Why teenagers need to think about the health of the planet – Jim Begg, Director General, Dairy UK.
- Scottish teenagers: How healthy are they? – Dr Sandra Drummond, Senior Lecturer, St Margaret University.
- Weighty Issues: What are the best strategies for talking to teenagers about a healthy weight for a healthy body? – Dr Catherine Hankey, Senior Lecturer, University of Glasgow.
- Inspiring teenagers to be physically active in schools – Benny Lawrie, UK Development ManagerYouth Sport Trust.
- Inspiring teenagers to be physically active out of school hours – Mark Spalding, Scottish FA Football Development Officer.
- Glasgow 2014: The legacy for Scottish school children – Paul Zealey, Health of Engagement and Legacy, Glasgow 2014.
- The Dairy Council Health and Wellbeing Award for Scottish Schools: How does it fit with the Curriculum for Excellence and the benefit to children and schools of taking part – Julie Scott, Deputy Head Teacher, Dunard School.
- A future in food: Helping pupils understand food education in Scotland – Moira Stalker, National Coordinator, SFDF Schools Programme.
- Next steps and closing remarks – Dr Judith Bryans, Director, The Dairy Council.
Available presentations from the day can be found at the bottom of the resources page on our dedicated Health and Wellbeing Award website - follow this link and scroll down the page to the presentations: www.healthandwellbeingaward.org.uk/resources.html.