Education (Scotland) Bill: child rights and wellbeing impact assessment

Child rights and wellbeing impact assessment(CRWIA) for the Education (Reform) Bill.

13. Impact on Wellbeing: does or will the relevant proposal contribute to the wellbeing of children and young people in Scotland?

Please tick all of the wellbeing indicators that are relevant to your proposal.

Wellbeing Indicator:Will there be an improvement in wellbeing in relation to this indicator? Yes/no.

Safe - Growing up in an environment where a child or young person feels secure, nurtured, listened to and enabled to develop to their full potential. This includes freedom from abuse or neglect. Yes.

Healthy Having the highest attainable standards of physical and mental health, access to suitable healthcare, and support in learning to make healthy and safe choices. Yes.

Achieving – Being supported and guided in learning and in the development of skills, confidence and self-esteem at home, in school and in the community. Yes.

Nurtured - Growing, developing and being cared for in an environment which provides the physical and emotional security, compassion and warmth necessary for healthy growth and to develop resilience and a positive identity. Yes.

Active - Having opportunities to take part in activities such as play, recreation and sport, which contribute to healthy growth and development, at home, in school and in the community. Yes.

Respected - Being involved in and having their voices heard in decisions that affect their life, with support where appropriate. Yes.

Responsible - Having opportunities and encouragement to play active and responsible roles at home, in school and in the community, and where necessary, having appropriate guidance and supervision. Yes.

Included - Having help to overcome inequalities and being accepted as part of their family, school and community. Yes.

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