Health and Wellbeing

Health and wellbeing in the curriculum can be split into 6 sections

 

  • 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

Most of these are taught at a class level and through specific programmes such as Keeping Myself Safe.

Those in bold are the responsibility of all staff.

A Skills based approach to Health and Wellbeing – Responsibility of All

City of Edinburgh Council have developed 12 key skills which are relevant to health and wellbeing, responsibility of all.

These will be taught in a 3 year whole school rolling programme so all pupils experience each skill at early, first and second level. This approach builds continuity across the school and progression through the levels for pupils. Every term children will be working on developing these skills in assemblies, house meetings and at a class level.

The Kirkliston 3 year rolling programme looks like this

 

 

 

   

Term 1  August-

October

 

Term 2

October-December

 Term 3

January-

March

 Term 4

April-

June

Year

1

2015-16

Recognise and make links between rights and responsibilities

(responsible)

 

 

Value and

Respect

myself

and others

(RESPECTED)

 

Demonstrate Resilience and Confidence

(HEALTHY)

Challenge myself and approach new challenges with confidence

(achieving)

 

Year

2

2016-17

Communicate

Well

(RESPECTED)

Make and keep positive

friendships

(NURTURED)

Recognise and reflect on my strengths and those of others

(responsible)

Make good choices and promote a healthy lifestyle

(ACTIVE)

 

Year

3

2017-18

Display a

Positive

Attitude

(HEALTHY)

 

Seek and

accept help positively

(INCLUDED)

 

Demonstrate an awareness of other people’s differences

(responsible)

Assess and manage risk including the use of ICT

(SAFE)

These are the wellbeing indicators arranged in a wheel and sometimes called SHANARRI. You can also see how this links to the four capacities which are key aims of Curriculum for Excellence.

SHANARRI is an acronym, where the first letter of each section has been taken, starting with Safe and working round the wheel. Pupils will be asked to evaluate their feelings using the SHANARRI wheel at the beginning and end of each term on a scale of 1-10. This allows us to monitor their feelings and progress. Children are becoming familiar with the SHANARRI wheel and are starting to recognise and discuss what each indicator looks like and feels like in our school.

shanarri