Royal Society for Public Health

The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is an independent charity dedicated to the promotion and protection of public health and wellbeing.

RSPH works with organisations and individuals providing education and training opportunities, in addition to delivering support and advice, advising on policy and implementing projects. These are all designed to improve health and wellbeing both at a community and national level.

RSPH has a portfolio of over 70 qualifications in subjects including food safety, nutrition, behaviour change and health improvement, taken by over 70,000 individuals each year. Schools, colleges, private trainers and many places of work are among their network of centres accredited to offer qualifications internally or to the public.

They are also a membership organisation with around 6,000 members working in the area of public health and dedicated to providing education and training through courses, conferences and qualifications.

Working with the Food for Life Partnership to promote healthy, sustainable and safe eating is a key step towards tackling health inequalities. Providing nutritious school meals is a key step towards ensuring that no child is hungry at school and helps create an environment where children are able to learn and reach their potential. It also provides a forum for children to learn about the importance of healthy eating from an early age and to develop skills in preparing food hygienically.

Visit the RSPH website to find out more.

The number of children eating five or more portions of fruit and veg increased by 28% in FFLP primary schools

Royal Society for Public Health

The Royal Society for Public Health is an independent, multi-disciplinary charity organisation, dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing.