Last Updated: Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Health and wellbeing video resource – Self-reporting on progress

What is this?

​This video resource exemplifies young people from early to senior phase self-reporting about their health and wellbeing.

They describe and illustrate the skills, knowledge and capabilities they have in relation to health and wellbeing experiences and outcomes which are the responsibility of all.

Who is this for?

​It can be used by practitioners from all sectors to illustrate how well young people can talk about their health and wellbeing and evidence their learning.

It can also be used to support professional dialogue, professional development and increase confidence in practitioners around evaluating progress in health and wellbeing.

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How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice

This resource can be used by practitioners to reflect on how they use dialogue to support learning and progression in health and wellbeing responsibility of all.

Practitioners can use it to reflect on their own context and to help incorporate dialogue into their own establishment. Reflective questions to consider include:

  • In what ways do you protect time for professional dialogue/moderation to take place both formally and informally?
  • Who might be involved in this professional dialogue?
  • In what ways will you record that professional dialogue/moderation has taken place?
  • What would determine the focus of professional dialogue?
  • In what ways could you support the young person to identify their next steps in their learning?
  • In what ways could you support them to make progress?


PDF file: Video transcript (37 KB)