The Health and Wellbeing in Schools Service supports schools to improve pupil health, and to develop widely-recognised links between wellbeing and attainment. It enables schools to effectively identify and meet pupil needs and provide clear evidence of this in line with Ofsted criteria and National Curriculum objectives. The service provides training to support delivery of high quality teaching and learning in curriculum subjects, including Emotional Health and Wellbeing, PSHE and Relationships and Sex Education. In doing so, it helps schools to demonstrate their commitment to a broad and balanced curriculum. The service supports the achievement of Healthy Schools London awards which embody a whole school approach to the promotion of health and wellbeing. Through this approach, pupils are empowered to take control of their own health and are able to confidently explain how to keep themselves healthy and make healthy choices in relation to food, fitness, and their emotional and mental wellbeing.