School Prevention: The HOLBAEK-method for schools

It is crucial that we, as caring adults (parents, teachers, therapists, etc.) who come into contact with children and young people, make an effort to counter the negative influences that, among other things, lockdown in 2020 has affected children and young people, especially in terms of inactivity, boredom, isolation, loneliness, conflicts, anxiety and depression.

All children deserve a safe and healthy upbringing and development, where important prerequisites are good physical, mental and social well-being. Furthermore, it is important that many relationships are transferred from childhood to adulthood - this also applies to daily habits. Daily habits are of great importance for growth and development, and therefore it is important to understand and benefit from the fact that in childhood there is an important window to put in place and ensure healthy growth and development in the future. A child spends 200 days a year in school, and thus the school is an ideal place to invest to ensure the well-being of children. "Protecting the interests of the child" is the title of Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Thus, the Convention on the Rights of the Child emphasizes that society is obliged to ensure the best interests of the child. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted in 1989 to ensure the special protection children need.

The physical health and well-being of children and young people includes growth and development. Childhood is a period of great physiological development and biological maturation. During this period, the full height is reached, the bone mass accumulates, the body composition changes, and the child becomes sexually mature. Children's growth is measured as height and weight and entered in growth curves. The growth curves of children and young people should follow a smooth pattern that is in line with the development according to relevant reference values ​​in the growth curves. In addition, the child develops similarly both psychologically and socially with great importance for mental health which is of crucial importance for a normal development of personality, identity, self-esteem and quality of life. Physical, mental and social well-being are prerequisites for each other and not just present or not independent of each other.

We can offer a comprehensive preventive effort to ensure better well-being and learning among children and young people in schools and to ensure a value base that lives up to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The effort aims to optimize conditions for learning and health, and thus strive for an optimal everyday life for students. The effort is based on a holistic view of the child, where all aspects of the child's life are put in focus. Thus, students as well as teachers and parents must be taught an active stance on many aspects of nutrition, activity, inactivity, social environment and mental health to ensure optimal growth, development, well-being and learning. Furthermore, there will be a focus on knowledge about and understanding and prevention of obesity in children and adolescents in order to reduce stigma and discrimination of children and adolescents with obesity.

​The school effort will use the following focus points / instruments;

​1. School attendance

2. Results in school (grades and other measurements)

3. Packed lunches

4. Reduction of physical inactivity

5. Increase in physical activity

6. Sleep

7. Improved environment in the classroom

8. Growth, development and well-being

9. Psychosocial well-being and mental health

10. Reduction in degree of overweight

​After the lockdown in 2020-2021, we are left with a large group of children and young people whom we have to help, and where we can offer a comprehensive effort to get these children and young people back on track in terms of growth, development and well-being.

If you as a school are interested, you can contact us for protocol, budget, offers and general information.


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