Health, Hygiene & Safety

Students across the UK learn how to negotiate life’s toughest challenges using peer created resources

Tens of thousands of students age 14-19 across the UK are set to benefit from a raft of new free, peer created digital resources to help them negotiate a wide range of complex life and world issues. The innovative Role Models programme and set of resources sees students studying at …

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Hawking Foundation launches free vaccination learning tools

The Stephen Hawking Foundation has launched a schools programme to enable children and their families to make informed decisions about vaccinations after routine childhood immunisations fell every year for almost a decade. The first in a series of teaching aids published today focusses on the COVID vaccine and tackles head on …

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Independent testing proves nano product’s surface protection efficacy

Independent testing has proved Cicada Antimicrobial Surface Protection, powered by Liquid Guard® Technology to be successful against SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19. Independent laboratory tests had already proved the efficacy of Liquid Guard® against TGEV coronavirus and a host of other bacterial and viral infections including Influenza A, E.coli, MRSA, …

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Teacher training with a twist: How the NHS Deep Cleaning and Advisory Service is protecting staff and students during lockdown

The NHS Deep Cleaning and Advisory Service is joining forces with schools across the UK to help protect staff, students and parents during the Covid-19 pandemic. More than 30 schools across the country have so far partnered with the NHS service, which aims to extend the NHS standard of cleanliness to …

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Health Careers that Can Make You Happy in 2019

The ability to help others compels many people towards the health professions. Fortunately, health professions are always in-demand because the entire human population needs to either stay healthy or get healthy again. When people think of the health professions, they often think of the healthcare professionals that they interact with …

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Schools to teach pupils about cutting back on sugar in maths and English lessons

New Change4Life teaching resources will support teachers to use English and Maths lessons to help children cut back on sugar. This comes as Public Health England (PHE) reveals the average 10 year old has already consumed at least 18 years’ worth of sugar. While children’s sugar intakes have declined slightly …

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