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Ysgol Iach
Healthy School
Teulu mawr ŷm ni i gyd.    We are all one big family.

Mae ysgolion hybu iechyd yn datblygu ledled Ewrop. Sefydlwyd y Rhwydwaith Ewropeaidd o Ysgolion Hybu Iechyd (ENHPS) (a elwir bellach yn Ysgolion Hybu Iechyd Ewrop) yn 1992 fel rhan o gydweithrediad rhwng Sefydliad Iechyd y Byd (WHO), y Comisiwn Ewropeaidd (CE) a Chyngor Ewrop ( CoE). Fe'i sefydlwyd i sefydlu grŵp o ysgolion model ym mhob gwlad a fyddai'n dangos effaith hybu iechyd ar lleoliad yr ysgol ac yna ledaenu eu profiad.

 

Sefydlwyd Rhwydwaith Cymru o Gynlluniau Ysgolion Iach Cymru (WNHSS) a lansiwyd yn 1999 i annog datblygu cynlluniau ysgolion iach lleol o fewn fframwaith cenedlaethol. Mae Sefydliad Iechyd y Byd (WHO) yn cydnabod bod yr WNHSS yn chwarae rôl allweddol wrth hyrwyddo iechyd plant a phobl ifanc, ac mae'r cynllun wedi cael ei gyflwyno ar draws Cymru ers 2000.

 

O fewn y cynllun, mae saith pwnc iechyd gwahanol y mae angen i ysgolion fynd i'r afael. Mae'r rhain yn cynnwys:

• Bwyd a Ffitrwydd

• Iechyd Meddwl ac Emosiynol a Lles

• Datblygiad Personol a Pherthnasoedd

• Defnyddio a Chamddefnyddio Sylweddau

• Yr Amgylchedd

• Diogelwch

• Hylendid

 

 

Health promoting schools are developing throughout Europe. The European Network of Health Promoting Schools (ENHPS) (now called Schools for Health in Europe) was formally inaugurated in 1992 as part of a collaboration between the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Commission (EC) and the Council of Europe (CoE). It was set up to establish a group of model schools in each country that would demonstrate the impact of health promotion on the school setting and then disseminate their experience.


The Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes (WNHSS) was launched in 1999 to encourage the development of local healthy school schemes within a national framework.  The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises the WNHSS as playing a key role in promoting the health of children and young people, and the scheme has been rolled out across Wales since 2000. 


Within the scheme, there are seven different health topics that schools need to address.
These include:

  • Food and Fitness
  • Mental and Emotional Health and Well Being
  • Personal Development and Relationships
  • Substance Use and Misuse
  • Environment
  • Safety
  • Hygiene

Gwobr Ansawdd Genedlaethol
National Quality Award

 

Mae Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch wedi cyflawni ei Gwobr Ansawdd Genedlaethol, y wobr uchaf y gall ysgol gael trwy Rwydwaith Cynlluniau Ysgolion Iach Cymru.

 

Er mwyn ennill y Wobr Ansawdd Genedlaethol , dangosodd yr ysgol y safon uchaf ym mhob un o'r dangosyddion ar draws saith pwnc iechyd.

 

Mae'r cynllun sydd wedi ei rheolir gan Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru yn ymgorffori gwella iechyd o amgylch bwyd a ffitrwydd , iechyd meddwl ac emosiynol a lles, datblygiad personol a pherthynas , defnyddio a chamddefnyddio sylweddau, yr amgylchedd, diogelwch a hylendid.

 

Gyda chefnogaeth gan Gyngor Dinas Caerdydd, mae'r ysgol wedi bod yn gweithio'n galed dros nifer o flynyddoedd, gan gyflwyno mentrau a gynlluniwyd i wella iechyd a lles y gymuned ysgol gyfan, tu fewn a’r tu allan i'r ysgol.

 

 

Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch has achieved its National Quality Award (NQA), the highest award a school can obtain through the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes.

 

In order to achieve the National Quality Award, the school demonstrated the highest standard in all of the indicators across seven health topics.

 

Managed by Public Health Wales, the scheme embeds health improvement around food and fitness, mental and emotional health and wellbeing, personal development and relationships, substance use and misuse, environment, safety and hygiene.

 

With support from the City of Cardiff Council, the school has been working hard over a number of years, introducing initiatives designed to improve the health and wellbeing of the whole school community, both in and outside of school.


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