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Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland
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Health and Wellbeing - Curriculum for Excellence in Highland

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Slides for use with an online meeting through the new Scottish Schools National Intranet - GLOW. …

Slides for use with an online meeting through the new Scottish Schools National Intranet - GLOW.

The History of Health Promoting Schools / Hungry for Success & Active Schools in 2003 to now where Health and Wellbeing aspects are legislation and HWB has a priority along with Numeracy and Literacy in Scottish Education.

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  • 1. ‘ Working together to inspire learning and achievement in Highland communities’
  • 2. Health Promotion 2003 Health Promoting Schools
  • 3. Health and Wellbeing 2008/9
  • 4. Schools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) (Scotland) Act 2007
    • schools are ‘health promoting’
    • nutrition standards all food/drink provided in school
    • promote school lunches and free school meals
    • protect the identity of those taking a free school meal
    • principles of sustainable development
    HMIE – Health & Nutrition Inspector (HNI)
  • 5. Schools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) (Scotland) Act 2007
  • 6. Definition of the Curriculum
    • The ethos and life of the school
    • Curriculum areas and subjects
    • Interdisciplinary projects and studies
    • Opportunities for personal achievement
  • 7. Health and Wellbeing Es and Os Three levels
    • Responsibility of All – Whole School Staff
    • Subject Area in it’s own right – PSE?
    • Permeates the learning community
    Embodying a whole school community approach
  • 8. Health and Wellbeing Es and Os Six Organisers / HWB Subject Specifics
    • Mental, Emotional, Social and Physical Wellbeing
    • Planning for Choices and Changes
    • Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport
    • Food and Health
    • Substance Misuse
    • Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood
  • 9. 4 Key Documents Responsibility of All Health & Wellbeing as a subject area
  • 10. Health and Wellbeing Intelligence
    • PSE review
    • Highland Lifestyle
    • Feedback from the trialling process
    • Feedback from Youth Health Debate
    • National Direction
    • Health and Nutrition Inspections
  • 11. Substance Misuse
  • 12. Shared Responsibility
    • Provides a context for learning
    • New Cross Curricular Approach
    • Tapping into new ways of thinking
    • Use Web 2.0 Technologies
    Pilot Projects www.sharedresponsibility.gov.co/
  • 13. Shared Responsibility
  • 14. Health and Wellbeing What other support or guidance might professionals need? How do we achieve a balance between exemplification and autonomy to teach? How can we ensure all professionals understand their responsibility to contribute to HWB? How can we implement assessment strategies for HWB?
  • 15. Louise Jones – www.louisejones.edublogs.org

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