Stories from health promoting schools
Innovative practice book - Equity, Education and Health: learning from practice, 2014
This innovative practice book includes case studies of practice presented during the 4th European Conference on Health Promoting Schools. Read more about the innovative practice book - Equity, Education and Health: Learning from practice
Case study book 3rd European Conference on HPS, 2009
The third European Conference on Health Promoting Schools; ‘Better Schools Through Health', was held in Vilnius, Lithuania in June 2009. Presented at the conference were a range of case studies of practice or ‘stories' of school based health promotion work. Read more about the Case study book 3rd European Conference on HPS, 2009
From chaos to learning - a Danish case study, 2013
This is a success story about an ordinary Danish public primary and lower secondary school with huge social and learning problems.
Taking a number of health parameters as its point of departure an initiative, in which cross-disciplinary collaboration was combined with a systemic approach in order to achieve the dual goals of well-being in school and learning, resulted in a completely new school structure. Read the full case study - chaos to learning
A Slovenian case study: our school – hand in hand with local community
In cooperation with local, regional and national institutions, we planned topics and evaulated the results of common work. Bearing in mind the amount of time pupils spend in school, it is important to plan and direct the choice of activities which help develop pupils´ basic values about food, sporting activities and relationship towards people and nature. In the process this project has become part of the school curriculum based on twelve goals formed by the previous European Network of Health Promoting Schools. Read more about the Sovenian case study focusing on school/student's mental health and skill building
Parental involvement - a Slovenian case study, 2012
Good cooperation between home and school is an important indicator of educational work. Qualitative partnership is based on trust, respect and mutual help. Good cooperation between parents and school is a contribution of today's democratic, student-friendly school, which enables a dialog of mutual cooperation. Therefore school and home in a partnership are equally responsible for a child's development and progress.
My name is Andreja Dragovan. I'm a teacher at Bistrica ob Sotli Primary School, Slovenia and we are involved in the project of Health Promoting Schools for eighteen years. In this article I like to present the cooperation with parents in my class. Read the full case study on parental participation