‘Do your staff develop strategies and resources that stimulate pupils’ interest and their active participation in topics around their health and wellbeing?’
The roles played by all aspects of PSHE are at the centre of this question. It is how these key areas of the curriculum are planned and resourced throughout the school curriculum that will empower staff to confidently create a health and wellbeing environment with security and understanding.
The confidence created for staff when leaders at all levels prioritise the planning and resourcing of PSHE, both discreetly and across the curriculum, will ensure the active participation of pupils.
The structure of our curriculum enables the profile for health and wellbeing to be a core element of it, allowing pupils to have confidence in all environments, with their interest and active influence visible throughout the school. Please find below some thoughts aimed at stimulating discussion around your health and wellbeing strategies and resources.
When leaders and staff successfully create environments and situations that stimulate age-appropriate pupil involvement and understanding of their health and wellbeing, the overall outcomes for all aspects of school are enhanced.
John Croghan M.Ed. BA. Cert.Ed.
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John Croghan M.Ed. BA. CertEd. has over 50 years of experience in education, as a teacher, leading learning in classrooms from EYFS to Y11, as well as a leader and primary headteacher. He enjoyed his role supporting Every Child Matters in schools and has advised and supported schools across the West Midlands, as well as leading OFSTED inspections. He is currently a school consultant, mentor, and governor.
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