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What’s New

The sense of community and the motivation to look out for each other has never been more significant than in the here and now of daily life. Staying safe and keeping well are priorities for us all and everyone has a part to play.

In addition to the Community Eyes and Ears campaign which has already been launched across the county there is now a bespoke version of this programme available free of charge for schools to involve both primary and secondary students.

What’s New

To compensate those primary schools that were unable to participate in the Safety Zone programme last academic year, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service in collaboration with many partners have produced a virtual package of resources that is available free of charge and can be accessed from this website. Student workbooks are available on request to support the video content and key messages on all aspects of keeping safe: Fire, Water, Road, Railway, Cyber, Dog, Product and Stranger Safety.

What’s New

The organisations across both Cambridgeshire and Peterborough that comprise the Healthy Schools network are continuing to adapt their programme offers and training to accord with current guidelines.

Keep up to date with new initiatives, like the Schools Sports Partnership ‘Healthy Selfie’, as well as useful websites, teaching resources and workshops.

Check the dedicated NEWS and TRAINING pages as well as following Healthy Schools on Twitter and Facebook.


Personal, Social and Health Education

Find resources here on the themes of: drugs, alcohol, smoking and vaping, oral health, hygiene, puberty, relationships, LGBTQ, living in the wider world

Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being

Find resources here on the themes of: bullying, on-line stress, exam stress, bereavement, sleep and healthy minds.

Keeping Safe

Find guidance and information on the themes of: road safety, water safety, fire safety, safeguarding, first aid, crime and the law and online safety.


Find out how to get involved in delivering a universal resilience programme through which young people will be enabled to acquire the skills to help them avoid risk taking behaviours, choose healthy lifestyles and improve their long term health outcomes.

Physical Activity

Find guidance to support young people to become physically literate, active, happier and more self-assured and resilient. Resources also focus on walking and cycling initiatives as well as swimming and The Daily Mile

Healthy Eating

Find here a range of practical activities to encourage healthy eating as well as information to support school food standards, nutrition and food education.

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