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Please find a buddy and
discuss
What does wellbeing mean?
What are the wellbeing challenges in your
school?
Kay Batkin, Graham Mallen and Carl Brown
Active Healthy Minds:
A countywide partnership between
Public Health and schools ...
• We will share the rational, overview and school
based experience of an Active Healthy Mind
approach.
• We will unpick as...
Mental Wellbeing
• ‘the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy’
Oxford Dictionary
• ‘life satisfaction, optimism, s...
Mental WellbeingPositive Mental
Health
Mental illness
I have a mental health
diagnosis but I am
coping well and
enjoying m...
Is mental wellbeing an issue?
Academic Achievement – How
important is it?
• Pupils with better wellbeing are likely to achieve
better
• Effective social and emotional competencies are
associated w...
Title
“
Do what you've always done and get
what you’ve always got.
PE2020 Active Healthy Minds
Pe2020 Active Healthy Minds
Increased
understanding and
awareness
Targeted Work with
designated cohorts
of young people
Un...
Universal Offer
• Increased Wellbeing = Get active and Get
outdoors
• Physical fitness
• Coping skills – Character education
Why PE and sc...
Physical Education and Wellbeing
KS3
Values System (MPB)
KS4
Practical Teams GCSE BTEC
KS3
Pos EdLeadership
SPARKS
Y7 - 10...
Value System – My Personal Best
-Resilience
-Responsibility
-Self-Motivation
-Integrity
-Self-Management
-Communication (s...
Value System – My Personal Best in PE (all of
KS3)
Replaced all KS3 lesson objectives/outcomes
Focus on how the value can ...
Targeted Interventions
Stress
Low
Aspiration
Low
confidence
Resilience
Get to the Start
Line
RAIR
Girls ActiveSky Sport Living
For Sport
Youth Sp...
Value System – My Personal Best in Leadership
Academy (targeted group of 7s)
• 24 year 7 students with leadership potentia...
Get to the Start Line
A Whole School Approach
A whole school approach
Wellbeing Champions
Young Health Champions
Active learning across the whole school
Effective Marke...
Value System – My Personal Best in Positive
Education (Y7-8)
• Becomes the focus of our
positive education core lessons
an...
Image
What the students love about PE and Wellbeing
@ Manor (based on qualitative & quantitative research
conducted Januar...
Have you ever looked at collecting data in your own
school to test the research?
How do you continue to support young peop...
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds
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2016 Conference - Active Healthy Minds

  1. 1. Please find a buddy and discuss What does wellbeing mean? What are the wellbeing challenges in your school?
  2. 2. Kay Batkin, Graham Mallen and Carl Brown Active Healthy Minds: A countywide partnership between Public Health and schools that uses physical activity to address mental wellbeing in secondary schools.
  3. 3. • We will share the rational, overview and school based experience of an Active Healthy Mind approach. • We will unpick aspects of the whole school approach and the vital role of Physical Education • You will consider what this would mean for you back in your world and how you can take this forward Session Outcomes
  4. 4. Mental Wellbeing • ‘the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy’ Oxford Dictionary • ‘life satisfaction, optimism, self esteem, mastery and feeling in control, having a purpose in life, and a sense of belonging and support’ NHS • ‘Mental wellbeing describes your mental state – how you are feeling and how well you can cope with day-to-day life. Our mental wellbeing can change, from day to day, month to month or year to year’ Mind
  5. 5. Mental WellbeingPositive Mental Health Mental illness I have a mental health diagnosis but I am coping well and enjoying my life I have no diagnosis. I am well and enjoying my life I have no diagnosis, but I am not coping and I am not happy I have a mental health diagnosis but I am not coping and I am not happy
  6. 6. Is mental wellbeing an issue?
  7. 7. Academic Achievement – How important is it?
  8. 8. • Pupils with better wellbeing are likely to achieve better • Effective social and emotional competencies are associated with greater health and wellbeing, and better achievement • A positive association exists between academic attainment and physical activity levels of pupils Evidence
  9. 9. Title
  10. 10. “ Do what you've always done and get what you’ve always got.
  11. 11. PE2020 Active Healthy Minds
  12. 12. Pe2020 Active Healthy Minds Increased understanding and awareness Targeted Work with designated cohorts of young people Universal PE/Life Skills Offer for ALL young people Increased Mental Health and Wellbeing Increased Achievement
  13. 13. Universal Offer
  14. 14. • Increased Wellbeing = Get active and Get outdoors • Physical fitness • Coping skills – Character education Why PE and school sport?
  15. 15. Physical Education and Wellbeing KS3 Values System (MPB) KS4 Practical Teams GCSE BTEC KS3 Pos EdLeadership SPARKS Y7 - 10 Academy Y7 Y7 C&VP (core) Y8 PPP (core) Manor Chats (seminar) Mindfulness Chimp Management MSSC strands of PE&W: Personal Health & Physical Development (students develop the knowledge, understanding, skills & attitude required to enhance their personal wellbeing & physical development) Movement Concepts & Motor Skills (students develop understanding & knowledge about movement & a positive attitude towards physical activity) Relationships with Other People (students develop understanding, skills & attitudes that enhance their interactions & relationships with others) Healthy Communities & Environments (students contribute to healthy communities & environments by taking responsible & critical action) https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=aTCXcxLjNcA
  16. 16. Value System – My Personal Best -Resilience -Responsibility -Self-Motivation -Integrity -Self-Management -Communication (speaking/listening) -Collaboration -Empathy -Motivating others -Innovation -Evaluation This Is Me Social Me Thinking Me Values based approach to education – central to all we do
  17. 17. Value System – My Personal Best in PE (all of KS3) Replaced all KS3 lesson objectives/outcomes Focus on how the value can be developed through the sport (and this is linked to how they will use the value in later life)
  18. 18. Targeted Interventions
  19. 19. Stress Low Aspiration Low confidence Resilience Get to the Start Line RAIR Girls ActiveSky Sport Living For Sport Youth Sport Award Growth Mindset RAIR Assemblies Athlete visits Teacher Training Parent session Chimp Management
  20. 20. Value System – My Personal Best in Leadership Academy (targeted group of 7s) • 24 year 7 students with leadership potential (identified in year 6) • Term 1 ‘Junior Sport Psychology’ & Practical Coaching Skills • Term 2 ‘Chimp Management’, Practical Coaching Skills & YSA
  21. 21. Get to the Start Line
  22. 22. A Whole School Approach
  23. 23. A whole school approach Wellbeing Champions Young Health Champions Active learning across the whole school Effective Marketing
  24. 24. Value System – My Personal Best in Positive Education (Y7-8) • Becomes the focus of our positive education core lessons and seminars. • Y7 Core – Character and Virtues Programme, (Jubilee Centre, University of Birmingham) • Y 8 Core – Positive Psychology Programme (Boniwell & Ryan 2012) • Y7-8 – Manor Chats (Seligman Resilience Programme) Y7 student ‘Manor Chat’ on technology Resilience CommunicationSelf-Management
  25. 25. Image What the students love about PE and Wellbeing @ Manor (based on qualitative & quantitative research conducted January 2016): 92% of year 7 and 8 students have said they enjoy taking part in PE and Wellbeing. Within PE they enjoy linking values (empathy, resilience, integrity) to later life as it makes them think about their futures. Within Positive Education they enjoy Chimp Management, discussing values in relation to life issues (crime, terrorism, poverty, politics) and in particular ‘Mindfulness Meditation’ (completed at the start of each lesson – Prof Mark Williams). What does the data say? Does it work?
  26. 26. Have you ever looked at collecting data in your own school to test the research? How do you continue to support young people to achieve more academically – more of the same or time for something different? Is PE in the driving seat in your school? So just before you go?

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