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18 Jun 2018
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31 Jul 2018
Reporting the impact of school health improvement grants: sharing the learning and celebrating successes of the Transforming Health Improvement in Schools programme.

This article provides details about the support and guidance available to schools to complete the financial and evaluation report relating to your school’s use of the grant(s) and your participation in the Transforming Health Improvement in Schools programme.

East Sussex Public Health and the East Sussex School Health Service would like to celebrate and share the achievements and successes of the schools and colleges that have participated in this programme to transform health improvement in East Sussex schools, supported by the offer a health improvement grant of £10,000 in 2016/17 and £7,000 in 2017/18.

We would like to capture the impact of all the fantastic work carried out in your school and learn more about what you did, why you did it, what went well and what you would do differently if you were to do it again.

A short evaluation form and a completed example form have been created to support schools to meet the requirement of the health improvement grant agreement to complete a “financial report and operational report” on your school’s use of the grant.  Schools are free to use this template or to supply information in any other format they choose.

Please see Czone for more information.

Further guidance to support effective evaluation of the process, impact and outcomes of your activity can be provided by the East Sussex School Health Service.

Your report should be completed by 31st July 2018 and sent to: &

The initiative forms part of a comprehensive programme of activity to improve health through the Personal and Community Resilience work stream of East Sussex Better Together; and as part of the Connecting 4 You in the west of the county.

Ross Boseley
Ross Boseley
Health Improvement Specilaist

Phone: 01273 336248