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Healthy Schools


At Roundhay St John's we actively promote and teach pupils about healthy lifestyles to help them positive choices in relation to food, exercise and mental wellbeing. We have successfully self validated (October 2020) to maintain our Healthy Schools status using the Leeds School Health Check. 


Healthy Schools revalidation 2020

 Healthy Schools report


The Healthy Schools Health check has four aspects:


Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE)

We follow the You, Me, PSHE scheme of work which centers around the following themes: 

Physical health and well-being

Keeping safe and managing risk

Identity, society and equality

Drug, alcohol and tobacco education

Mental health and emotional well-being

Career, financial capability and economic well-being

Relationship and sex education.


PSHE Curriculum

PSHE Policy

Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) Policy

Drugs Education Policy

No Smoking Policy


Healthy Eating

Our whole school food policy demonstrates our commitment to promoting healthy eating in all aspects of school life. The websites below may be helpful in providing ideas of how to promote healthy eating including suggestions for healthy packed lunches.

Food Policy

Food technology curriculum

Packed Lunch Policy

Packed Lunch Guidance leaflet

Practical tips for a healthy lunchbox

Eatwell guide

Family snack challenge leaflet 2020

Family snack challenge letter 2020



Physical Activity

We have a wide ranging PE curriculum and actively promote physical activity at other times in the school day. 

PE Curriculum

Active diary 


Social, Emotional and Mental Health

We are a Mindmate Friendly School having been validated by Leeds Children’s Services. Mrs Jones, our Learning Mentor, supports children across school and we also have Family Support Workers who work with families who are experiencing difficulties of some kind. We work closely with many outside agencies including: social care, ESNW Cluster Services, Educational Psychologists, CAMHS, Mindmate SPA to support our pupils who are experiencing SEMH difficulties.

The websites below may be helpful in supporting you or your child.!/directory 


Mindmate Friendly report 

Mindmate friendly letter to parents

Mindmate Website


World Mental Health Day 2020 parent information leaflet




Winner of the Leeds Vegetables Rock Competition 2020