The following HIT toolkits on this page are available behind a login:
- Daily Mile toolkit
- PSHE education toolkit
- Healthy lunchtime toolkit
- Mental health toolkit
- RSE toolkit
Access to the toolkits
Ealing school (Ealing maintained schools and academies) staff can register for a user account by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daily Mile toolkit sample - the full toolkit and appendices are available below.
Not an Ealing school? Please contact Nicole McGregor: McGregorN@ealing.gov.uk instead.
Daily Mile full toolkit (pdf) login required*
- Daily Mile poster (pdf)
- Daily Mile letter for parents (word)
- Daily Mile parent flyer (pdf)
- Daily Mile briefing presentation for staff (pdf)
- Pupil physical activity survey (word)
- Daily Mile personal best running chart (pdf)
The PSHE education toolkit is a step-by-step approach to support schools in using the Ealing PSHE education scheme of work to create a holistic approach to PSHE education.
This toolkit includes information, solutions, ideas and resources to help schools successfully introduce a whole school approach to PSHE education.
PSHE education toolkit (pdf) login required*
The healthy lunchtime toolkit is a step-by-step guide to help school introduce a successful packed lunch policy, a token reward system and changes to school lunches.
This toolkit includes information, solutions, ideas and resources to help schools successfully introduce healthy changes at lunchtime.
The resources section (page 20) includes:
- A sample baseline survey
- Parent questionnaire
- Packed lunch policy
- Dining room posters
- Helpful information for parents
- Pupil job application and competition form.
Inside schools can read helpful guidance gained from experience working with Ealing schools and good practice gathered from schools around the country.
Healthy lunchtime toolkit (pdf) login required*
The mental health toolkit has been designed by the health improvement team in response to the school wellbeing survey carried out in 2016.
It is a guide for mental health leads in schools to help them develop a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing. The toolkit provides an easy to follow seven step process which includes practice examples, resources and measuring tools to help schools address and promote mental health across the whole school community.
Before using the toolkit, please register your mental health lead by contacting Stacey.
Mental health toolkit (pdf) login required*
The RSE toolkit is a step-by-step approach to support schools in developing and maintaining a consistent whole school approach to RSE.
This toolkit includes information, sample letters, teacher questionnaires and audit tools to support schools to embed a whole school approach to RSE that involves staff, governors, parents and pupils.
This toolkit will support schools in preparing for statutory relationships education which will come into place in September 2019.
RSE toolkit (pdf) - login required*
* Login required: To view the toolkits, you will need to have an EGfL user account. If you do not have a user account, email email@example.com (Ealing maintained schools and academies)