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Making Sense of Health is a comprehensive health education resource providing imaginative and impartial health education and training for teachers, parents and students in primary and secondary education, at Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 within the National Curriculum. The programme was developed with Department of Health funding as part of the NHS Working in Partnership Programme.


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National Curriculum

How Making Sense of Health is compliant with the National Curriculum through Key Stages 1-4 (age 5-16)


What is Making Sense of Health and what topics does it cover?

Support Material

• 9 films on 4 DVDs + bonus material
• Online resource
• media files
• extensive documentation
• over 300 lesson plans and

Contributing to Government Strategy

Contributing to Government Strategy The Making Sense of Health programme has been recommended to be mainstreamed by the 'All Party Parliamentary Group on Primary Care & Public Health'. Read more.

Background & Research

Why was the programme developed and who was involved?


Are you interested in using the Making Sense of Health programme? Please either click here to complete a short contact form, email or call 020 3142 6829.