Eating Disorders Education

Our packages 

At school
For educational practitioners
  • What schools can do 

  • Emotional help and wellbeing

  • Healthy eating and fluids 

  • Internet safety

  • What is an eating disorder

  • Early warning signs 

  • Non specific signs 

  • Importance of early intervention

  • Managing eating disorders in a school 

  • Initial involvment

  • What to say

  • What not to say 

  • Emotional support 

  • Making a plan

  • Support for parents 

  • What parents appreciate

  • Support for peers 

  • How to support staff 

For parents & carers of the school

These insets, workshops have been put together for the parents and carers of the school pupils. Not only is it important for the staff to recognise the signs but for the families to also be able to support their young person suffering with eating disorders.

  • What schools can do 

  • Emotional help and wellbeing

  • Healthy eating and fluids 

  • Internet safety

  • What is an eating disorder

  • Early warning signs 

  • Non specific signs 

  • Importance of early intervention

  • Managing eating disorders in a school 

  • involvement

  • What to say

  • What not to say 

  • Emotional support 

  • Making a plan

  • Supporting your young person 

  • Your next steps

  • Support 

  • What to say to your GP.

Additional Help
Additional Help
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Evidence-based research reinforces our belief that through the process of education, children can have the aptitude, skills and knowledge to allow them to live a healthy life. 

Our aim is to provide high quality training, workshops and resources for your staff, pupils, parents and carers. 

For Pupils
  • Year group specific workshops

  • What is an eating disorder

  • What an eating disorder can do to your body and brain 

  • Internet safety

  • Peer pressure

  • Body image and body confidence 

  • Strategies for mental wellbeing

  • Online support

  • Supporting your peers

  • What to do if you think a friend has an eating disorder

  • What do you do if you need help with your eating

  • Role play to stimulate relevant topical issues