Curriculum Impact Review - Health and wellbeing

Report
Education Scotland
Curriculum Impact Report
Health and wellbeing: the
responsibility of all
A summary guide to the findings for
children and young people
October 2013
Contents
WHY?
WHO?
WHAT?
NEXT?
• The purpose of the report
• People in the schools, centres and communities visited across Scotland
• The things that are making a difference to children and young people
• The things that need to improve
• Conversations
• Actions
What are the aims:
• Good health and wellbeing for every child and
young person
• Every child and young person having the
chance to be the best they can be
• Every child and young person being involved
in decisions that affect them
• The views of all children and young people to
be taken into account
WHY?
Curriculum for Excellence
Health and wellbeing
Literacy
Numeracy
Responsibility of all:
Physical wellbeing
Social
Emotional
Mental
And include some aspects of :
Planning for choices and changes
Relationships and
Physical activity and sport
What others say about health and wellbeing ...
Sir Harry Burns Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer
Tam Baillie, Scotland’s
Commissioner for Children and
Young People
Annual report (2012-13)
responsible
safe
achieving
respected
healthy
nurtured
active
included
What do we
understand
about our
wellbeing?
Wellbeing indicators
Western Isles
• Schools, centres and
communities across
Scotland who have
been inspected in the
last 3 years
• 4 local authorities
helped identify a
‘cluster’ which was
visited by teams of
staff from Education
Scotland.
East
Renfrewshire
East
Ayrshire
East
Lothian
WHAT did Education
Scotland find?
Things that are
making a
difference to the
lives of children,
young people,
their families and
communities
• The views of children and
young people are being
• Children and young people
feel
to the way their
school is run
WHAT did Education
Scotland find?
Things that are
making a
difference to the
lives of children,
young people,
their families and
communities
• Health and wellbeing is
seen as something that is
toward finding ways of
solving problems and
disagreements
• Children and young people
WHAT did Education
Scotland find?
Things that are
making a
difference to the
lives of children,
young people,
their families and
communities
• Children and young people
and respect others
• Benefits to the whole
community. A feeling of
belonging and that people,
places and property are
respected.
• Schools are
with partners, including parents,
to agree plans to improve health
and wellbeing
, taking part
in clubs, activities and trips
during and after school
WHAT difference
does it make for
children and young
people?
What we told
Education
Scotland
• Being involved helps to
improve
that we can all help to
make things better
• You can see the
of
learning about health and
wellbeing when you are
making a difference
• You feel everyone is
to ask questions
and express their views
• You know who and where to
get
if you
need it
WHAT needs to be
done differently?
The things that
Education
Scotland have
identified for
improvement.
• More schools need to
with partners
including parents, children
and young people
around
health and wellbeing for
staff
and
details of
with
others
WHAT needs to be
done differently?
The things that we
think need to
improve.
• Young people in secondary
schools would like to have
they
learn about health and
wellbeing
regardless
of home circumstances
• Everyone treated with
regardless of
differences
• Adults need to realise how
children and young
people are and
them to
know what is important to them
NEXT?
What Education
Scotland will do.
What can you and
I do?
• Education Scotland will
including
local authorities, schools,
centres and communities to
help them make changes
• Education Scotland will continue
to
to find
out what is changing and how
this affects them
• We can
in groups at
the school or centre we go to
and start to really talk about
health and wellbeing and what
we can do together
Activity
• Working with a partner or in small groups find
out what wellbeing means to you.
• See the next slide to reveal the different
headings that can help you with your
discussions. Choose one or two headings if
you have time.
• What sorts of things do you do in school to
help you feel safe and healthy?
• What could be done to make things better for
everyone?
Wellbeing
nurtured
active
achieving
respected
YOU
healthy
responsible
safe
included
FURTHER INFORMATION
•
The 7 Golden rules for participation
http://www.sccyp.org.uk/resources/golden-rules
•
Wellbeing – a guide to measuring meaningful outcomes
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/gettingitright/background/wellbeing
•
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child – Explained
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/216011/0057744.pdf
•
Curriculum for Excellence fact file – Health and wellbeing
http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/Images/HealthWellbeing-printfriendlyversion_tcm4676538.pdf
•
Children and Young People’s Views on Participation and Principles for Practice
http://www.sccyp.org.uk/downloads/Adult%20Reports/Childrens_participation_report_120313.p
df
•
Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People
http://www.sccyp.org.uk/
Education Scotland would like to thank all of those authorities, schools
and centres who took part. We would also like to thank staff, partners
and parents for sharing their work and views. But most importantly, we
would like to thank all the children and young people who shared freely
their views and ideas around health and wellbeing .
A special ‘thank you’ to Liberton Primary School in Edinburgh for their
help in making this presentation

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