The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for a Fit and Healthy Childhood regularly produces wide-ranging reports which aim to assist policy-makers to reach decisions based on best evidence. The reports are below, listed in reverse chronological order. Click the report name to download it.
All reports are sponsored, but sponsors neither request nor receive approval of report contents. Producing reports is not possible without their financial support and we are extremely grateful for their generosity.
|11||The Role of Marketing in Promoting a Fit and Healthy Childhood||Quorn Foods||November 2018|
|10||Mental Health in Childhood||The National Counselling Society||June 2018|
|9||The Impact of Social and Economic Inequalities on Children’s Health||Danone||March 2018|
|8||Physical Activity in Early Childhood||Water Babies||October 2017|
|7||Maternal Obesity||Slimming World||June 2017|
|6||Physical Education||Waitrose, Mytime Active and Leisurelines Ltd.||October 2016|
|5||Critique on the National Obesity Framework||Mytime Active, Quorn Foods, Slimming World and Danone Nutricia||January 2016|
|4||Play||LeapFrog Toys||October 2015|
|3||Food in Schools and the Teaching of Food||Quorn||June 2015|
|2||The Early Years||The University of Northampton||February 2015|
|1||Healthy Patterns for Healthy Families: Clearing the Hurdles to a Healthy Family||Slimming World||October 2014|
Each report is produced by a sub-group of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood, working with an independent Chair. The working group is comprised of volunteers from the APPG who have expressed an interest in the topic under scrutiny. The role of the Chair is to administer the group, draft the report, and ensure that the content meets the required standards for quality and objectivity. A list of contributors can be found at the beginning of each report.