Last Updated: Wednesday, April 08, 2020

West Partnership – Interesting practice: Wellbeing

What is this?

An overview of exemplars of interesting practice relating to wellbeing from across the West Partnership.

Who is this for?

This exemplar is for senior leaders, practitioners from across all sectors who have an interest in wellbeing within the West Partnership.

The content below includes exemplars of interesting practice from across West Partnership Early Years, primary and secondary sectors relating to wellbeing.

These have been categorised according to recent Scottish Government guidance around whole school approaches for wellbeing and link to the categories for the West Partnership toolkit for reviewing existing practice in schools and establishments.

The content will allow teachers and practitioners to provide inspiration and make connections around interesting practice currently emerging across the West Partnership (Glasgow City Region Education Improvement Collaborative) in the area of wellbeing.

Improvement questions

  • Through the learning experiences and opportunities I create, how am I helping young people develop skills which prepare them for their future wellbeing?
  • What could I do more of, less of, or differently?
  • How can partnership working with other practitioners, parents and the wider community be developed to build and maintain the resilience of our children and young people?
  • What opportunities are there for co-designing and implementing learning experiences about resilience and wellbeing?

Explore the resource

Leadership and management

Monitoring and tracking in Colquhoun Park Primary School - East Dunbartonshire

PDF file: Impacting attainment through data analysis – North Lanarkshire

Leading and Learning Together - Renfrewshire

Ethos

PDF file: Applying Nurture as a Whole School Approach – Inverclyde

PDF file: Implementing restorative approaches – Glasgow

PDF file: Whole-school nurturing approaches – West Dunbartonshire

Raising achievement for all at Calderglen High School – South Lanarkshire

Nurturing Relationships Approach – Renfrewshire

Sketchnote – St Ninian’s High School - Attainment and achievement – East Renfrewshire

Learner participation

Glasgow Girls - Campaigning for the rights of asylum seekers - learner participation – Glasgow

Peer Support and Community Involvement - Inverclyde

Learning and teaching

Castlemilk High School – Opportunities for learning and achievement – Glasgow

Food Education: Food for Thought interesting practice exemplar - Anderston Primary School – Glasgow

Food Education: Food for Thought interesting practice exemplar - Garnetbank Primary School - Glasgow

Food Education: Food for Thought interesting practice exemplar - John Ogilvie High School – South Lanarkshire

Food Education: Food for Thought interesting practice exemplar - Kilmacolm Primary School – Inverclyde

Food Education: Better Eating Better Learning - Holyrood Secondary - Glasgow

Parental involvement

PDF file: Attachment Based Parenting Programme for Secondary School – South Lanarkshire

Engaging families and communities in Bellshill Academy – North Lanarkshire

PDF file: Family Wellbeing Scale (1)– East Renfrewshire

PDF file: Family Wellbeing Scale (2) – East Renfrewshire

PDF file: Evaluating dimensions of parental engagement – Renfrewshire

Working with the travelling Showmen community – Glasgow

Cycle Co-operative – East Dunbartonshire

Breaking down barriers to parental involvement and engagement - St Mark’s Primary School – East Renfrewshire

Supporting transitions from primary to secondary school – Renfrewshire

Engaging parents in school improvement planning - St John Ogilvie Primary School - Renfrewshire Council

Family learning at Aileymill Primary School – Inverclyde

Embedding family learning in a school setting – King’s Oak Primary School – Inverclyde

Family Learning - West Dunbartonshire

Stakeholder engagement

PDF file: Promoting resilience through Solution Oriented Approaches – West Dunbartonshire

Counselling Service - St Kenneth's RC Primary School – South Lanarkshire

Food education – Better Eating, Better Learning - South Lanarkshire

Food education – Better Eating, Better Learning - St Joseph's Primary School – East Renfrewshire

Targeted interventions

Attachment Theory and Practice – South Lanarkshire

PDF file: Building confidence and competence amongst staff – South Lanarkshire

PDF file: Evaluation of the Implementation of Elephant’s Tea Party in a Local Authority Mainstream Secondary School – West Dunbartonshire

PDF file: Friends for Life CBT Programme – West Dunbartonshire

The Wee Worry Workshop - Park View Primary School – South Lanarkshire

Food education – Better Eating, Better Learning - Williamwood High School – East Renfrewshire

Improving outcomes for children through parental engagement and Pupil and Family Support – St. Peter’s Primary School - West Dunbartonshire

Professional learning

PDF file: Developing their resilience through the use of targeted evidence based intervention – North Lanarkshire