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Health and Wellbeing

Links with Children's Rights


Learning in Health and Well-being supports children to understand their rights and the rights of others (Articles 2 and 42 of UNCRC). It also supports children to experience their rights to be safe and protected from harm (Articles 19, 33, 34, 36) and also promotes the right of children to relax and play (Article 31) and to have healthy food and clean water (Article 24).



What matters in Health & Wellbeing


  1. Developing physical health and well-being has lifelong benefits. 
  2. How we process and respond to our experiences affects our mental health and emotional well-being.
  3. Our decision-making impacts on the quality of our lives and the lives of others.
  4. How we engage with social influences shapes who we are and affects our health and well-being. 
  5. Healthy relationships are fundamental to our well-being.



Progression in Health and Well-Being


  1. Increasing breadth and depth of knowledge
  2. Deepening understanding of the ideas and disciplines within areas of learning and experience
  3. Refinement and growing sophistication in the use and application of skills
  4. Making connections and transferring learning into new contexts
  5. Increasing effectiveness as a learner



What does Health & Wellbeing look like at Ty Isaf Infant School

  • Weekly P.E lessons
  • Daily Mile
  • Gymnastics Club
  • Sports Club
  • Tooth brushing
  • Healthy Schools Award
  • Healthy Schools Club
  • Healthy Schools Council
  • Healthy snacks and lunches
  • School Council
  • Sun Safety Award
  • Good Diabetes Care in School Award
  • 360 Degree Online Safety Mark Award
  • Cookery Club
  • Circle Time
  • ELSA
  • Thrive
  • Time to Talk intervention
  • School Guinea Pigs (Daisy & Daffodill)