Presentation on theme: "Jane Kelly, Health Improvement Senior (Schools), North East Glasgow Jackie Chalmers, Health Improvement Senior (Schools), South Glasgow."— Presentation transcript:
Jane Kelly, Health Improvement Senior (Schools), North East Glasgow Jackie Chalmers, Health Improvement Senior (Schools), South Glasgow
Development Process The need for developing a toolkit GG&C Prevention & Education Model Partnership approach
Quality Assurance Benchmark criteria established in line with: Curriculum for Excellence GIRFEC Wellbeing indicators GG&C Prevention & Education Model
The toolkit promotes a planned and progressive approach to Substance Misuse education in line with curriculum for excellence across educational and community settings that gives consistent messages in relation to alcohol and drugs. To support staff to take forward learning on Substance Misuse with access to high quality resources and training across the board area (NHS GG&C). To develop an online resource that can be updated as new methods/information becomes available.
NURTUREDHWB (0-4)3a HWB (0-4)11a The resource has clear learning intentions and outcomes aligned to Curriculum for Excellence. ACHIEVINGHWB(3-4)-40a HWB(3-4)-41a HWB(3-4)-43b HWB(0-4) 11a HWB(0-4) 16a The resource can be delivered flexibly and differentiated by target group, according to gender, developmental stage, learning styles and personality. RESPECTED/ RESPONSIBLE HWB(3-4)-38a HWB(2-3)-39a HWB(3-4)-40a HWB(2-4)-41a HWB(0-4)-42a HWB (0-4)3a HWB(0-4)11a HWB(0-4)16a The resource supports the young person to resist pressures. In addition to a focus on alcohol and drugs it seeks to improve protective factors such as mental health, resilience, social and emotional learning, social skills, social influence, interpersonal relations, self esteem and communication skills INCLUDEDHWB(3-4)-38a HWB(3-4)-40b HWB(2-4)-43a HWB (0-4)3a HWB(0-4)11a HWB(0-4)16a The resource suggests or employs different delivery methods, for example group work, role play, discussion, specialist inputs etc. There is existing evidence that demonstrates the resource’s effectiveness. (e.g. research evidence, evaluation) Resource supports the option for partnership working in its delivery. The resource contains information and sign posting to appropriate services and other resources for young people
Primary School mapping exercise Identified possible gaps (in particular with early level resources) Further training opportunities welcomed Development of new substance misuse primary lessons Launch event March 2015
Next Steps Evaluation and maintenance of the site Substance Misuse Education guidance policy Training for staff