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Health and wellbeing

The health and wellbeing of the Solihull community is a key priority for Solihull Council, as detailed in the council plan.  As part of this commitment, it is recognised that supporting the development of children and young people’s health and wellbeing is crucial if they are to grow and develop to be the best they can be.  We want children and young people who attend school in Solihull to learn and achieve well, to be physically and emotionally healthy and to be empowered to increasingly take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and safety as they grow and develop.  Schools are highly committed to this aim.  We have a thriving and well-regarded Solihull Healthy Schools Programme.  Full details can be found on this site.

This website aims to provide a wide range of information, resources and documents to support schools and other professionals working with children and young people.  Please visit the site regularly as you will find frequent additions and updates.

Updates and changes


These pages are updated regularly and should be used as the main source of information.  Printed versions should be used with care as they can become out of date.


Solihull education improvement service
Council House
Manor Square
B91 3QB

0121 704 6620

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Health and wellbeing news

Kooth – supporting young people with exam results

By nchamberlain | August 6, 2020

Please see below for details of Kooth’s latest Influencers Campaign ‘Positive Futures’ to help young people through their exam results this month. there is a Live Forum planned on 14th …

Home learning resources

By nchamberlain | April 17, 2020

There is now a section on the website where you can find specific resources for learning at home. These cover many aspects of PSHE, citizenship and social and emotional learning. …

Solihull Healthy Schools

By nchamberlain | March 6, 2020

We are delighted to be able to share with you that SSSAB have agreed to fund the administration of and a small amount of support for our Healthy Schools programme …