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Kingussie INSET Health and Wellbeing

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Opening 20 min presentation to set the scene for a staff training day on Health and Wellbeing. The training day will include a High School and 7 Primary Schools staff.

Opening 20 min presentation to set the scene for a staff training day on Health and Wellbeing. The training day will include a High School and 7 Primary Schools staff.

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  • 1. Health and WellbeingHealth and Wellbeing KingussieKingussie INSETINSET February 2009 - Louise JonesFebruary 2009 - Louise Jones
  • 2. ‘Working together to inspire learning and achievement in Highland communities’
  • 3. 21st Century Education Education LandscapeEducation Landscape Keynote: Professor Richard Teese & Cabinet Secretary Fiona HyslopKeynote: Professor Richard Teese & Cabinet Secretary Fiona Hyslop
  • 4. 1950’s Health and WellbeingHealth and Wellbeing
  • 5. Health and Wellbeing 21Health and Wellbeing 21stst CenturyCentury Now – Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected and Included. Future – Lifelong Learning – Opportunities for children and young people to acquire accurate information, develop skills and positive values which will guide their decision making judgements, relationships and behaviour throughout their life. All this within a fast changing world with different types of communities and technologies.
  • 6. Health and WellbeingHealth and Wellbeing “Learning through health and wellbeing promotes confidence, independent thinking and positive attitudes and dispositions. Because of this, it is the responsibility of every teacher to contribute to learning and development in this area.” Building the Curriculum 1
  • 7. National DirectionNational Direction
  • 8. Schools (Health Promotion andSchools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) (Scotland) Act 2007Nutrition) (Scotland) Act 2007  schools are ‘health promoting’  nutritional 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)HMIE – Health & Nutrition Inspector (HNI) www.healthpromotingschools.co.ukwww.healthpromotingschools.co.uk
  • 9. Health and Wellbeing Es and OsHealth and Wellbeing Es and Os Three levelsThree levels  Area of the curriculum  Permeates all aspects of school life  Responsibility of all Engagement and consultation throughEngagement and consultation through triallingtrialling
  • 10. Health and Wellbeing Es and OsHealth and Wellbeing Es and Os Six OrganisersSix Organisers  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
  • 11. Feedback so far…Feedback so far…  Not a 5-14 - Clarification of resources and exemplification  Links to literacy – skills for life  Inclusion of community and lifelong learning services  HWB CPD and training  Staff Health and Wellbeing  PSE Review to support development of approaches www.hwbtrialling.wikispaces.comwww.hwbtrialling.wikispaces.com
  • 12. What we know works…What we know works…  The right conditions for learning are created  Active Learning Methods and identification of strengths  Work on beliefs and self-efficacy  Consistent messages across the curriculum  Not just information but norms, attitudes and skills  Exploration of social influences and pressures  Evidence based resources  Age and stage appropriate and are evaluated
  • 13. Context for Learning / Cross CurricularContext for Learning / Cross Curricular Shared Responsibility – Cocaine Production in Colombia
  • 14. ‘Working together to inspire learning and achievement in Highland communities’

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