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The Swindon Healthy Schools Team can tailor specific support for your school to help you complete the Annual Audit, assist you with the identification of evidence and impact, and help you to formulate and address your action plan.

Our main website contains lots of information and links to help you with wellbeing work in school.

Your dedicated School Support Worker will be happy to work with you to ensure you get the best out of being a Healthy School.

Use contact us (accessible from every page on this site) to get in touch, to contact your support worker, or to ask for help with any aspect of Healthy Schools.

We aim to answer e-mails received through contact us as soon as possible. Please also feel free to ring us on 07824081152.

Using the Annual Audit FAQs

We'll use this page to put up answers to any questions that we get asked frequently.

1. Can more than one person from my school work on the audit on-line at the same time?

Yes. BUT only in different sections. Don't try and update the same section at the same time - the system gets confused.

2. How do I print a blank audit?

Choose whether you want a complete audit or just a section.

Untick my responses

Leaving evidence and action plan ticked will give blank boxes to make notes in

Choose whether you want to include prompts in your blank audit (tick or untick)

NB if you want to include your answers when you print your audit otherwise you must leave my responses ticked

3.How often should I save?

Please save frequently - there are buttons at the top and bottom of each section. Every time you update something would be recommended best practice.

If you try move to another section before you have saved the system will ask you if you are sure you want to navigate away from the page.

4.What does 'Not a priority for us (yet)' mean under the 'not started' assessment?

This is a possible answer for some questions for some schools depending on circumstances. This is not about the big things - e.g. safeguarding policy / practice but for areas where a particular aspect is not relevant to the school. E.g. a school not easily accessible by anything other than car (there are a few in Cornwall) may not feel a 'walk to school initiative' is applicable or there are things you want to put in place before you tackle others. We most often come across this in discussions with small schools.

5. How do I navigate between sections?

You can access any section of the audit by clicking on the menu / links on the left hand side of every page (it's towards the top of the page)