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Intervention Outcomes in the GHLL review

 

The following is a list of Outcomes that schools can select when recording Interventions in the GHLL Review

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School/College Ethos


Staff

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of staff who have a positive work life balance

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of staff feeling positive and supported in their work environment

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of staff who feel more confident to deal with Mental Health issues

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of staff showing an improved awareness of Mental Health


Behaviour

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report enjoying break time

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who are not involved in negative behaviour incidents

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who are not needing to receive sanctions

  • Increase in the number of children/young people receiving rewards for positive behaviour

  • Increase in no of children and young people who are aware that a majority of their peers report that they would always report bullying if they saw it happening, or it happened to them

  • Pupil Premium Increase in no of children and young people who are not injured in playground accidents

  • Pupil Premium Increase in no of children and young people who use chill out zones

  • Increase in no of children and young people who are aware that a majority of their peers would not bully others


Attendance

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who are punctual

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people with no unauthorised absence

  • Pupil Premium Increase in no of children and young people with no absence, authorised or otherwise

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who have a high attendance rate

  • Pupil Premium Increase the no of children and young people attending school


Environmental

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are actively involved in a school recycling project

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are taking part in composting activities in school

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are participating in growing activities

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are participating in grow it, cook it, eat it activities

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are actively involved in reducing water wastage in the school

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are bringing less unnecessary packaging in their packed lunch

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are actively involved in reducing food wastage

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are involved in an energy conservation programme in school e.g. lighting

  • Increase in no of children and young people who participate in a litter pick in school

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who participate in a litter pick in the local community


Pupil voice

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report being actively involved in the review and development of their Relationships and Sexual education (RSE) programme in school

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report their ideas and opinions are listened to

  • Increase in no of children and young people who are involved in the school community

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report that pupil voice has an impact on school life

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are involved in a pupil parliament/school council

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they think programmes such as peer mentoring, peer mediation or peer massage are relevant and useful to their needs

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they are involved in school decision making


Transition/Change/Future

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are looking forward to going to secondary school

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report they are more confident to cope with change

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who have high aspirations for the future



Teaching and Learning


Teaching and Learning

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who have increased knowledge, skills and attitude in SEAL

  • Increase in the number of children/young people with knowledge of sun safe behaviours

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that their drug education is useful and relevant to their needs

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand the role of the media in issues to do with body image, who can accept that we are all physically unique and celebrate physical differences

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report good knowledge of road safety

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report that their Relationships and Sex education (RSE) is relevant and useful to their needs

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are aware of signs and symptoms of early cancer and know how to self examine

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who have made positive lifestyle choices after learning about healthy hearts

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who know what to do in an emergency situation

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who understand the need for and importance of organ donation

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who have a better awareness and understanding of personal finance

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are aware of the consequences of carrying a weapon

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand the negative consequences of stigmatising particular social groups e.g. stereotyping by disability, age, gender, sexuality, etc.

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand how to reduce the risk of contracting or spreading a virus

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report an increased knowledge of the recommended amount of sleep relative to their age and achieve this

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who know how to administer basic first aid

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who show an understanding of what is meant by gender stereotypes and are able to challenge their own and others' perceptions

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who have accurate perceptions of positive social norms



Healthy Eating


Heathy Eating: Diet

  • Increase in no of children and young people with no confectionery or high sugar/caffeine drinks in their lunchbox

  • Increase in no of children and young people eating healthier snacks instead of crisps

  • Increase in no of children and young people drinking water to rehydrate

  • Increase in the number of children/young people eating a healthy breakfast

  • Increase in the number of children/young people eating a healthy packed lunch

  • Increase in the number of children/young people eating healthy break time snacks

  • Increase in the number of children/young people eating fruit and vegetables

  • Increase in no of children and young people eating fruit and vegetables in their lunchbox

  • Increase in the number of children/young people drinking the recommended amount of water, daily

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are drinking fewer energy/high sugar drinks


Heathy Eating: Habits

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who participate in food preparation activities at home

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who eat a school meal

  • Increase in no of children and young people who eat a free school meal if eligible

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who choose to participate in cooking activities in school

  • Increase in no of children and young people who eat breakfast

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who use cutlery appropriately when eating a meal


Heathy Eating: Knowledge, skills & attitudes

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who understand the relationship between diet and health

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who can prepare simple healthy meals

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report a positive dining experience

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report they enjoy their school dinner



Physical Health


Physical Activity: Habits

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of children and young people who are physically active at breaktime

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of children and young people who are more active within the Physical Activity curriculum

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of children and young people who take part in Physical Activity before or after school

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of children and young people who participate in 'take 10'/'wake and shake' type activities

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who report using local sports facilities

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who take part in structured Physical Activity at break time

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who understand what they can do to keep their hearts healthy

  • Pupil Premium Sports Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who participate in the Daily Mile/ Gloucestershire Trot/ Go Noodle

  • Sports Premium Mental Health Increase the number of Children & Young People who are engaged in the P.E. Curriculum

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who show strong core stability

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who take part in extra-curricular Physical Activity before or after school


Physical Activity: Level

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report they spend less time watching TV

  • Sports Premium Increase the no of children and young people who participate in the Physical Activity curriculum

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who show improved measurable fitness level

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who undertake physical activity for 30 minutes or more a day

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who particpiate in all-weather active play


Physical Activity: Travel

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who achieve independent travel

  • Sports Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who meet or exceed the recommended no. of daily steps (12,000 for girls; 15,000 for boys)

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of C+YP who walk to school

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of C+YP travelling to school by alternative transport rather than car

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who walk, scoot or cycle to school

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of C+YP who scoot to school

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of C+YP who cycle to school

  • Sports Premium Increase in no of C+YP who are competent in cycling to school


Physical wellbeing

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report positve sleep patterns

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who have positive personal hygiene routines

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report they adopt sun safe behaviours in and out of school

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who brush their teeth correctly twice a day

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who understand how to take care of their teeth

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are overweight/obese accessing appropriate care pathways

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who do not soil themselves

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand what contributes to maintaining balance in the body and how this affects both our state of health and illness

  • Pupil Premium Sports Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who display healthy behaviours as a result of the Facts4Life Challenge


Tobacco, alcohol and drugs

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are choosing not to smoke

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report not having had an alcoholic drink in the last 7 days

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who know how to access advice/support in relation to drugs/tobacco/alcohol

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who can identify a person to talk to about drugs issues

  • Increase in the number of C & YP who are aware that the majority of pupils in their peer group do not smoke/drink alcohol at high levels/use illegal drugs

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who understand the risks in relation to smoking


Sexual health

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who do not display sexualised behaviour

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who can correctly identify reasons to use contraception

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they will use condoms or other forms of contraceptive devices in order to avoid unwanted pregnancies

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report regularly checking for testicular cancer/breast cancer

  • Increase in the number of female children/young people who report that they would take a chlamydia test if they had been sexually active

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who are able to use appropriate language in relation to sexual health matters

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report they would know who to approach if they had a concern about sexual health

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they are confident to talk about sexual health matters

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they are aware of the advantages of delaying sexual activity

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they are aware of the risks associated with teenage pregnancy



Emotional Health


Accessing support

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who access support schemes run by peers

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who know where to access support for relationship issues

  • Sports Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are accessing the correct care and support if they are obese

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they feel confident to support their peers

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who use school-based counselling services

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who seek appropriate support if they are worried

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report they are confident that they will be able to access sexual health services if and when appropriate

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are aware of where to get support if at risk of being made homeless

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in number of staff trained in Mental Health to provide them with confidence when supporting the complex needs of the children.

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in number of children regularly accessing THRIVE and showing progress in their social and emotional development


Family

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are having structured learning conversations at home

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report an improvement in health and well-being via engagement of parents/carers

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in number of children and young people who are having structured learning conversations at home


Emotional wellbeing

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who show an improved awareness of mental health

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are involved in positive activities in or outside of school

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who demonstrate resilience

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report using different methods of managing stress and achieving calm

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who successfully complete a work placement

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people with positive social skills

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report an increased self-worth/self-confidence

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report they are happy in school

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people with a decrease in measured/reported levels of stress/anxiety

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who do not present identifiable emotional, social and behavioural difficulties

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who use places around the school for quiet and relaxation

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who can safely resolve conflict issues

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who feel confident they know who to approach if they have a concern

  • Pupil Premium Increase in the number of children/young people who report feeling safe in all areas of the school

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they have the skills to resist peer pressure

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who show a positive attitude towards people with mental health problems

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who have an understanding of dementia and have improved confidence in relating to people living with the condition, accepting and helping people to live well

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who do not self harm or use other negative/destructive ways to deal with stress and anxiety

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who do not self harm or use other negative/destructive ways to deal with stress and anxiety

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who show an improvement in mental health

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who feel calm and ready to learn

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand what positive mental health is and strategies they can use to promote it

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand and actively communicate the five ways to well-being

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who feel happy in life

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who feel more confident in making safer choices

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are aware of what stigma means around mental health issues

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are taking positive steps to reduce stigma around emotional health and well-being

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who can identify emotions they have experienced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and who have an understanding and can employ a range of strategies to deal with difficult emotions

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people in school who are able to use mindfulness as a way of achieving calm and focus

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who access social prescribing in order to improve emotional well-being

  • Pupil Premium Sports Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people experiencing wellbeing activities related to the 'Five Ways to Wellbeing'

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who know how to stay safe online


Anti-bullying

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report they are not bullied

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who seek help if they are bullied

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report that their school deals well with all types of bullying

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand what bullying is and when reporting is necessary


Relationships

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report positive peer relationships

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who report feeling confident in their abilities to be resilient and make successful relationships

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they would be able to manage unsafe situations with respect to sex and relationships

  • Increase in the number of children/young people accessing support to promote their health and wellbeing

  • Pupil Premium Mental Health Increase in no of C+YP who report that they are better at managing their feelings

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand that sucessful friendships and relationships are founded on mutual respect, care and love

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who understand appropriate touch rules

  • Mental Health Increase in the number of children/young people who are accessing the correct care and support when facing challenging circumstances

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who understand what it means to give sexual consent, and why it is important

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that they are able to effectively manage their feelings



SMSC


SMSC

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who have an awareness of how the justice system works in England

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who report that the Crown Court visit will influence how they themselves, or others they know will choose to behave in the future

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who show an understanding of what it means to be British

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who show tolerance and acceptance of differences within a multicultural society

  • Increase in the number of children/young people who show a understanding of radicalisation and extremism



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