For further information regarding headteachers' views regarding current health beliefs of pupils please click on the paper to read in full.
Following these recommendations, guidelines were developed detailing the barriers and facilitators to school-based health interventions. These guidelines enable public health practitioners and researchers to understand key aspects that affect the implementation of health interventions within the school setting and how best to address these.
Further to this, headteachers called for greater collaboration with researchers, practitioners and local councils to provide a more unified approach to tackling child health, whilst also allowing greater autonomy at the school level in order to make the right choices for their pupils.
HAPPEN was recently used as a case study by the Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research for '100 ways of using Data to Make Lives Better'.
The case study can be viewed by clicking the picture, or alternatively on this link: