Governments often propose new initiatives, some of which turn out in the long run to be more successful than others. One key factor affecting the likelihood of an initiative’s eventual success is the amount of research, thought and planning that precedes its introduction. This Case Study looks at the government’s National Healthy Schools Programme (NHSP) introduced in October 1999 and examines some of the planning procedures that have been involved in making sure that this programme is well structured and properly organised in advance of…

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