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Wellbeing Indicator

Nurtured (having a nurturing and stimulating place to live and grow)

Expected outcome / impact (what we will measure and report on)

• Higher levels of parental engagement in their children’s learning and in the life of the school

• Increase in the number of prefive establishments being awarded the ‘Family Friendly’ accreditation.

• An increase in the schools and centres putting nurturing approaches into practice

Activities (what we will do to bring about improvement) • Refresh and support schools to implement the Parental Involvement strategy

• Work with partners to implement East Renfrewshire’s Parenting Strategy • Work with partners to implement new national legislation and to extend services and provision for children 0 – 5, especially in areas identified as having most need

• Support our schools to implement departmental guidance on Promoting Positive Behaviour

• Within available budget, provide schools and services with sufficient resources to support their work and provide accommodation, the effective use of which supports nurturing approaches

• An increase in the percentage of families completing family learning activities, reporting they are more able to support their child’s learning

• A culture based on getting it right for every child and where well-being indicators are driving improvement across all services and schools

Active (having opportunities to take part in a wide range of activities – helping them to build a fulfilling and happy future)

• A curriculum and culture which promotes creativity, innovation global citizenship and enterprising attitudes in all our learners

• Learners’ experiences support them to develop their personalities, talents, mental, spiritual and physical abilities to their fullest potential

• Partnership arrangements which ensure that participation in arts and sports in schools is supported and continued in the community

• An increase in participation in cultural and sporting activities

• Develop focused workshops for parents of young children and promote the benefits of learning together

• Work with partners to introduce the role of named person, the Child’s Plan and to embed the principles of Getting it Right for Every Child (GIRFEC) in all schools and classrooms

• Encourage and support creative and innovative practices which improve the service provided

• Encourage and support active citizenship and enterprising attitudes

• Working with schools to increase the number of children and young people learning to play a musical instrument

• Continue to build on the success of the Instrumental Music Service through regular rehearsals, training programmes, residential and performance opportunities • Develop a Parent and Child visual art class designed for the 3-5 age group.

• Support the development of Community Sport Hubs to increase community sports capacity

• Implement the Sports and Sports facilities strategies • Develop Giffnock Library as a community hub • Develop a Reading Challenge specifically for teenage children to run alongside the adult and children’s Reading Challenge, raising the profile of reading as a positive family activity

Inclusion, Achievement, Ambition and Progress for All


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