Health and Wellbeing Leaders of Learning

Health and Wellbeing Leaders of Learning

HWB Leaders of Learning:

Miss Aisling Fee

Mrs Suzanne Stephen

Mrs Tara O’Sullivan

As part of our School Improvement Plan for session 2018-19, we are looking at:

Improvement Priority 3: Improvement in children and young people’s health and well-being.

Our expected outcomes are:

  1. Increased attendance of a target group of pupils from below 80% to at least 85% by June 2019
  2. Increase time targeted children engage in learning from a 1, 2 or 3 on the Leuven Scale to a 4 or 5, leading to increased attainment in literacy and numeracy and health and well-being.