Health and Well-being

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Health and Well-being by Mind Map: Health and Well-being

1. Current Curriculum:

1.1. Focused mostly on one area of well-being

2. New Curriculum:

2.1. Strong relationships with all areas of learning for example, Expressive Arts and Language, Literacy and communication exploring relationships through drama and literature

2.2. Taking the stigma away from mental health

2.3. Educating people from a young age to ensure they are more understanding

2.4. What matter statements linking to life experiences, healthy lifestyle and decision making

3. How does it link to the four purposes?

3.1. (ambitious, capable learners) putting into practice their knowledge and understanding of social, physical and emotional health in their own lives

3.2. (ambitious, capable learners) putting into practice their knowledge and understanding of social, physical and emotional health in their own lives

3.3. (ethical, informed citizens) understanding the consequences of actions that affect others and themselves, understanding health, legal, political and ethical issues associated with drug and alcohol policy

3.4. (healthy, confident individuals) knowing how to keep safe in different circumstances and where to go for help; undertaking regular physical activity; developing and maintaining positive relationships

4. Limitations/Implications:

4.1. Being physically confident?? ALN?

4.2. Ensuring that health and well-being is being promoted correctly across all areas of learning

5. Benefits:

5.1. New- More relevant to the pupils we are teaching today than the ones being taught 11 years ago

5.2. Cross-Curricular links- ensuring that children are being consistently supported

6. Changes from current to new Curriculum

6.1. Areas of learning ---- Areas of learning and experience

6.2. Personal and social development, well-being and cultural diversity--- Health and well-being

7. Buzz words

7.1. Ethical

7.2. Citizen

7.3. Fulfilled