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Wellbeing Assessment Plan

Each child will have a Wellbeing Assessment Plan, which focuses on meeting the children’s needs in relation to the wellbeing indicators: Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Responsible, Respected and Included. The Wellbeing Assessment Plan includes the Additional Support Plan (ASP) where specific targets are set mainly in the areas of Health and Wellbeing and Literacy. These targets are decided each year in consultation with parents, staff and relevant agencies during a Target Setting meeting.

School policy which encourages the use of local as well as the wider community facilities means that there are weekly class visits to places of interest and educational significance e.g. swimming at Drumchapel Pool, visits to Linn Park Adventure Ground and visits to the local woods.  Pupils also go to the local shops and community centre to increase their knowledge, develop their self-confidence, independence and communication skills.

Our pupils also have the opportunity to participate in a range of sporting and outdoor activities. Drumchapel Table Tennis Club provides coaching in the school and several of our pupils have joined the club and had the opportunity to compete in local and national tournaments.

The primary 7 pupils participate in an annual residential trip to an outdoor centre. This year the children went to Blairvadach Outdoor Centre over a weekend where they participated in activities such as hill walking, mountain biking, rock climbing, assault course and orienteering.

There will be opportunities throughout the year for parents and carers to learn more about aspects of the curriculum and to be consulted about significant changes if appropriate. For more information check out Education Scotland website.