Schools and parents inform about healthy life choices and deepen understanding of what constitutes good health choices.
Schools present learning opportunities that build upon family and cultural experiences and allow for critical analysis of media, advertising and peer conformity.
Schools have a responsibility to teach, model, build behaviour practices and implement curriculum requirements that support a learning environment where the connection of learning about health and well-being is supported by balance of actions across a whole school approach.
For these reasons, we, five schools from Europe, have come together to draw attention to the importance of mental as well as physical health at school. We have decided to work on six sub-topics. Our project lasts three years – from 2020 to 2023. This eTwinning site documents our journey.