The Whole School Approach
- Aims to develop an ethos and environment that supports learning and promotes the health and wellbeing of staff and pupils.
- Consults and encourages participation of all within the school community
- It is an extremely effective, evidence-based school improvement mechanism
that brings about and embeds cultural change in schools.
The Importance of Whole School Approach
- There is identified practice to address equality and social inclusion, and this informs the development and implementation of activities.
- The school delivers the specific themes according to the framework in the National Curriculum and in accordance to the statutory requirements and non-statutory guidance
- Pupils' views are a core element in developing school activities, including the views of those with special educational needs and specific health conditions, as well as disaffected pupils, young carers and teenage parents
- The whole school community (pupils, staff, parents, governors and community partners) are invited to take part in policy development, physical, social and cultural activity and to support each other's learning
- and the school provides a culture and environment supportive of the taught PSHE.