Health and Wellbeing Award Programme for Scottish Schools
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.