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Please download the appropriate documentation below:

Silver Award flowchart 2018 (PDF 396KB)

If you have any concerns about your tooth brushing environment which you feel could be a barrier to participation, please contact the team by email HEYA@southampton.gov.uk. Please note, this is a new email address. (The HEYA paperwork currently states the old email address and will be amended in the future to reflect the new contact changes).

Word versions of the Self-Assessment Form, the Evidence of Consultation Template and the Action Plans are also provided. The documents are available in other formats if you are unable to use those online.   Please contact us if you have any queries about any of the documents: HEYA@southampton.gov.uk Please note: Whilst Southampton City Council is happy to provide templates as the basis for your own documents, please be aware that you will need to ensure that you make them GDPR compliant for use in your individual settings.

Public health England have published new guidance (Aug 2020) for early years and school staff who implement supervised toothbrushing programmes for children in their care. Please read through and follow this current guidance when undertaking the award COVID-19: supervised toothbrushing programmes.

When you have completed your submission, please send it to HEYA@southampton.gov.uk

Silver Award

Please note: Whilst Southampton City Council is happy to provide templates as the basis for your own documents, please be aware that you will need to ensure that you make them GDPR compliant for use in your individual settings.

HEYA HM Handbook December 18 (PDF 500 KB)

HEYA HM Handbook December 18 (DOCX 176 KB)

HEYA HM Enrolment Form (PDF 254 KB)

HEYA HM Enrolment Form (DOCX 260 KB)

HEYA HM Self Assessment Form (PDF 448 KB)

HEYA HM Self Assessment Form (DOCX 107 KB)

 

 

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