Planning for Health and Wellbeing through a line of development Working collaboratively as a Cluster What should effective health and wellbeing across learning look like? •It should give children and young people accurate and credible information •It should meet the needs of individual learners •It should provide decision making skills and coping strategies around risk taking behaviours •It should make best use of partners in planning, delivery and evaluation •It should ensure appropriate progression through the experiences and outcomes and across levels •It should be creative and be planned across learning as much as possible Opportunities and Challenges •Where it sits in the curriculum •Balance between knowledge/skills development and progression •Interdisciplinary learning •Appropriate partner input and working •Gathering of valid evidence/assessing/reporting/ moderation •Range of assessment; SAY, WRITE, MAKE, DO •Appropriate/relevant CPD for staff What should effective cluster working look like? • Invested partnerships across sectors • Individual and collegiate • All members of cluster and levels represented • Individual commitment to taking the work forward • Involve partners including children, young people and parents • Regular meetings and ongoing communication • Transparency • Set agendas • Delegation of roles Opportunities and Challenges • Involving partners and developing a shared understanding • Developing a shared understanding and expectations; opportunity to moderate as a cluster • A more joined up approach • A positive impact on the learning experiences of children and young people • Partners learning from one another • Building learning experiences on what has come before • Finding time to meet Questions for consideration • Who are the key people who will be involved? • Who might we need to help us? • What is the main area we would like to focus our efforts on? Why? • How can we make best use of the time available to us? • How will we decide on roles and responsibilities? • How can we best support one another in our work? • How can we use our conversations to moderate the learning and teaching experiences we are planning? • How can we measure the impact of what we are doing? Selecting a line of development • Think about existing emerging practice and perhaps focus on area which is already a strength in your cluster. • Think about a matter which is of particular importance or be a particular challenge for your learning community. • Decide on the HWB organiser which will be your area of focus • Identify a line of development and consider which aspect you will focus on. • Make any appropriate links to one or two other curriculum areas / HWB organisers.