Schools Advisory Service

Jamie Peacock 30 Day Pupil Wellbeing Challenge: School Staff & Pupils Aged 10+

Hi! I’m Jamie Peacock. I am a former Rugby League Champion player. In my rugby career, I played over 500 games, including over 50 times for England and Great Britain.

I’ve also won: 11 Super League Grand Finals, 4 Challenge Cups, 4 World Club Challenges, and I was selected for the Super League Dream Team World Best 13.

I didn’t start out as a champion. But I believe everybody has a champion within them. Over the next 30 days we’ll go on a journey to discover your inner champion.

I was able to excel in my career because of my focus and understanding of the importance of wellbeing. If you don’t know already, wellbeing consists of 4 areas:

  • Positive Mindset
  • Sleeping Well
  • Physical Activity
  • Eating Healthily
This programme is suitable for staff and pupils aged 10 years and over in the UK (suitable for Year 6 pupils and above). SAS is making this programme available to all schools (for pupils and staff) in the UK at no cost.

During the webinar, Jamie will introduce the 30 day challenge where he will discuss his experience of how working on the four areas of wellbeing affected his rugby league career and helped Jamie be a champion.

Jamie and SAS will send an email once a week to go through what should be worked on that week as part of the challenge, along with a short video. After the 30 days is complete, each participant is welcome to join the final session to go through data we have from weekly engagement and how it impacted their wellbeing as well as share success stories submitted by participants.

There are two upcoming sessions available:

Schools Advisory Service (SAS) have worked exclusively in the Education Sector for 20 years and know that all Schools and Academies have different circumstances when it comes to managing staff absence. That is why our policies are bespoke and designed to fit the needs of your school, including cover for pre-existing conditions and cover for ongoing or pending absences at inception.

SAS also work with your school to proactively prevent & reduce staff absence through our extensive Well-being & Medical Benefits. This service is nurse-led by our experienced, in-house Nurse Team with over-sight from our Clinical Directors. Full details on SAS Whole School Wellbeing & Staff Absence Insurance available below. 

As the UK’s leading supplier of Staff Absence Insurance, Schools Advisory Service are the only Staff Absence Insurance provider recommended by the DfE.

Through the CPC Framework, Schools Advisory Service offer 5 distinct policy options, ensuring every school get access to a Staff Absence solution to suit their individual needs and requirements. Each option supported by an insurers with an A+ rating or higher.

To share further information about the CPC framework and the policies available through it, the DfE are hosting three webinars with SAS during March. We really hope you can make it to one of the dates below.


"We joined Schools Advisory Service in 2008, since then we have made savings of £14,398. We have always received first class customer service from SAS"
David Fann, Headteacher, Sherwood Primary School

"In summary our whole school staff is covered for a much lower premium than we previously paid for lower cover. Claiming is easy and everyone has access to medical support too. In my personal opinion it is a winning combination."
Doreen Butler, The Orchards Middle School

"All four of our schools have signed up to SAS insurance. We have found them both cost effective and reliable. The Health screening option has also been widely used by both Teachers and Support staff. I have no hesitation in recommending SAS." 
Paul J Griffiths CEO, St Clere’s Cooperative Academy Trust

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