The result of these meetings was the development of a framework for health and wellbeing at early level that considered the variety of contexts for learning for health and wellbeing and the learning intentions and possible success criteria. There was a real focus on meeting the needs of all learners, with consideration of breadth, challenge and application of learning to ensure opportunities for progression for all.
The framework offers a menu of possible contexts and is not prescriptive. Practitioners in each of the establishments use this framework and adapt it to best suit the needs of the children in their school.
In addition, the staff in both sectors recognised the very positive impact of learning more about teaching and learning across the early level and the importance of skills progression through these vitally important years.
What are the key benefits of working across your associated schools group/cluster?
Which sector do you currently work with most closely and how could you further develop this work and establish closer partnerships with other sectors?