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Curriculum for Excellence. Health and wellbeing is about improved outcomes for children and young people. Practitioners’ roles and responsibilities.

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practitioners roles and responsibilities
Practitioners’ roles and responsibilities

“Good health and wellbeing is central to effective learning and preparation for successful independent living. This aspiration . . . can only be met through a concerted approach; schools and their partners working together closely to plan their programmes for health and wellbeing explicitly, taking account of local circumstances and needs.”

Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice


confident individuals

  • with
  • self respect
  • a sense of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing
  • secure values and beliefs
  • ambition
  • and able to
  • relate to others and manage themselves
  • pursue a healthy and active lifestyle
  • be self aware
  • develop and communicate their own beliefs
  • and view of the world
  • live as independently as they can
  • assess risk and take informed decisions
  • achieve success in different areas of activity
  • successful learners
  • with
  • enthusiasm and motivation for learning
  • determination to reach high standards of achievement
  • openness to new thinking and ideas
  • and able to
  • use literacy, communication and numeracy skills
  • use technology for learning
  • think creatively and independently
  • learn independently and as part of a group
  • make reasoned evaluations
  • link and apply different kinds of learning in
  • new situations

To enable all young

people to become

  • responsible citizens
  • with
  • respect for others
  • commitment to participate responsibly in
  • political, economic, social and cultural life
  • and able to
  • develop knowledge and understanding of
  • the world and Scotland’s place in it
  • understand different beliefs and cultures
  • make informed choices and decisions
  • evaluate environmental, scientific and
  • technological issues
  • develop informed, ethical views of complex
  • issues
  • effective contributors
  • with
  • an enterprising attitude
  • resilience
  • self-reliance
  • and able to
  • communicate in different ways and in
  • different settings
  • work in partnership and in teams
  • take the initiative and lead
  • apply critical thinking in new contexts
  • create and develop
  • solve problems




Planning for choices and changes

Mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing

Food and health

Health and Wellbeing

Physical education, physical activity and sport

Relationships, sexual health and parenthood

Substance misuse


Positive relationships and genuine partnerships


Leadership at all levels

Health and wellbeing is about improved outcomes for children and young people


Everyone is clear about their role and contribution

Recognition that Health and wellbeing impacts on learning and achievement

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Health Promotion & CfE
  • To be familiar with HWB curriculum experiences and outcomes
  • Linked to national network HWB with education colleagues
  • Host the South West Regional HWB network
  • Draft paper on HP teams role in supporting CfE
  • Input onto education establishments must fit within our core functions and priorities
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Health Promotion & CfE

Recommendations from draft paper:

  • Resources being purchased and developed must fit with the HWB experiences and outcomes
  • Training courses need to fit or make the link to the learning outcomes within CfE
  • Sometimes it will not be appropriate for us to be involved but we can sign post and build capacity