RSPH 2012 Health Promotion Award
The Food for Life Partnership are proud recipients of a 2012 Health Promotion and Community Wellbeing Award from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) for our work in the field of health and wellbeing.
The award recognises our commitment to tackling health inequalities through the transformation of food culture in schools and the development of key life skills in cooking, growing and understanding where food comes from.
It is a strong affirmation of the impact of the Food for Life programme on children’s health and community engagement.
Our application was underpinned by the programme’s independent evaluation, which you can find here.
RSPH assessors also visited Batley Girls High School, a Bronze awarded school in West Yorkshire, to see how the FFLP framework has supported the school in practice to transform their food culture. Read the school's case study here.
The aim of the awards is to showcase the contribution of health promotion to public health in the UK with criteria based around the principles of the Ottawa Charter.
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