NCB has a long and strong history in pioneering health work for children and young people
across life stages, backgrounds and in a range of settings in which
they live, learn and play. NCB is expanding thinking and practice
on health beyond the traditional avenues, promoting it as the
business of everyone working with and for children.
Find out more about
NCB's health projects
See below to go straight to the fora, councils and networks at
NCB which work to improve the health and well-being of children and
"Health is about feeling good on the inside, looking
good on the outside, and getting the most out of
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Healthy Outlooks is NCB's method for connecting people who work with children and young people 'most in need' to networks which can support them.
The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN) is the hub for those
working with bereaved children, young people and their families
across the UK.
SEF believe that all children and young people
have the right to good quality SRE and aims
to provide all professionals with these resources.
The VSS Programme provides a range of practical support to
VCS organisations and social enterprises who work with young
NCB wants to support children and young people to respect the
limits of the plant and encourage others to do the same.
A national network that brings together a wide range of
organisations concerned with young people who are affected by HIV
The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is an alliance
of over 130 organisations who work to stop bullying and create a
safer environment for young people.
Play England campaigns for all children and
young people to the have freedom and space to play throughout
The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) is the umbrella body for
the disabled children's sector in England with links to the other
and Sex and Relationships Education
This 2nd edition has been fully
updated and gives practitioners clear advice on how assessment and
evaluation can be used in SREClick here
Nurses Survey Results
Department of Health commissioned study which seeks the
views of children on school nurse services.Further Information
Health content from the
NCB's Information Centre has a
comprehensive collection of books, journals and grey literature
around the subject of healthVisit the Information
Healthy lifestyles e-newsletter
A monthly update on the latest sector
development relating to children and young people's healthEmail for more