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Wellbeing Indicator


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


Respected (to be given a voice and involved in the decisions that affect their wellbeing)


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


• An increase in the percentage of participants in the school holiday programme who are in receipt of a free school meal and sporting activities among under represented groups


Activities (what we will do to bring about improvement)


• Continue to provide the programme for Early Years, including Bookbug, and provide opportunities for pre-school children to participate in the arts


• Continue to promote girls’ football through after school clubs and the development of girls’ football centres


• Continue to work with partners to support young carers and young people with additional support needs to participate in sporting activities • Develop sports, arts and library services for children under 5 years


• An improvement in the percentage of children and young people reporting they are treated fairly and with respect


• Maintain and where possible reduce the number of children and young people reporting they experience bullying and/or racist behaviour


• A consistently high satisfaction level of residents engaging with our services


• An increase in the percentage of pupils, staff and parents reporting they are actively involved in setting school priorities


Responsible (taking an active role within their schools and communities)


• An increase in number of participants in weekly youth diversionary mobile sports hubs in Neilston, Barrhead and Newton Mearns


• An increase in the number of pupils participating in sports leadership programmes


• An increase in opportunities for young people to develop knowledge, understanding and the skills for life and active participation in a global multicultural society and Scotland’s place in it


• A culture of self-evaluation and continuous improvement in all schools and services


• Support schools to broaden children’s and young people’s achievements through Rights Respecting schools


• Help schools and services to promote and sustain a sense of equality and fairness through the curriculum and service delivery and across all aspects of their work


• Ensure that the vision and values of the school or service reflect local and national advice and that they are realised in the service users and learners’ experiences


• Help clusters and individual schools and services to improve joint working with parents and partners, especially in the voluntary sector, to develop the four capacities in all our learners and service users


• Extend and targeting the range of youth diversion activities, working in partnership with other agencies and services


• Work with schools to ensure that P6 – S1 pupils have the opportunity to take part in a Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport Leadership experience


• Assist schools in the revised renewal process for the Eco Schools Award to keep sustainable development issues at the forefront of any new developments and maintain Eco Schools Green Flag status for at least 28 establishments.


• Support schools to build a strong awareness of sustainable development, active and global citizenship


• Assist schools and services to improve continuously through self-evaluation including developing and implementing a revised policy on quality improvement, reflecting new national guidance


• Continue to promote international education and related cultural awareness


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Inclusion, Achievement, Ambition and Progress for All


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