Te Kauwhata College Health Education Community Consultation
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Te Kauwhata College Health Education Draft Delivery Statement 2019
Health education at Te Kauwhata College is designed to grow young individuals who are confident to make health enhancing decisions for their well-being.

We base our health education around the GROW values of our school. Growing confident students, Respecting their own and others well-being, Ownership of their own pathway and identity, Whanaunatanga, building strong and lasting relationships within our school and community.

Student well-being is a continual and developing process and is at the forefront of the school's charter. In health education we tailor the courses to the needs of the students we have in front of us at the time. We have trained teachers who are continuously learning themselves to ensure all the most relevant and recent knowledge can be passed onto our akonga.

At Te Kauwhata College we make strong and positive links with our community and whaanau. To help us deliver some aspects of our health education we have outside providers come and speak with the students, these are Attitude talks and Loves me Not (in conjunction with NZ Police).

We base our health studies around the 4 underlying concepts of health education; Hauora, Socio-Ecological Perspective, Attitudes and Values, Health Promotion.

Hauora - Whare Tapa Wha model where an individuals whole well-being is accounted for;
Taha Tinana - Physical well-being
Taha Whaanau - Social well-being
Taha Hinengaro - Mental and Emotional well-being
Taha Wairua - Spiritual well-being.

Socio-Ecological Perspective - This is where the health studies look to incorporate the perspective from individuals, others around them and whole communities.

Attitudes and Values - Attitudes and values that individuals and communities hold and how they shape our well-being.

Health Promotion - Encourages students to make positive contributions to the well-being of their communities and environments as well as their own.
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After reading, considering and discussing the school's health education draft delivery statement, please respond to the following.
What is your level of agreement with the overall intent of the health education draft delivery statement? Please select one option *
If you partly or do not agree with the delivery statement, please provide us with further information describing what you think needs to change. OR what further information you need to respond.
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Overview of the Health Education Programme
The main areas of learning in health education are; mental health and resilience, nutrition and self-care, drug and alcohol awareness, relationship and sexuality education. All these units are designed at each year level to be specific for that year group.
After reading, considering and discussing the school's overview of the health education programme, please respond to the following.
What is your level of agreement with the overall intent of the overview of the health education programme? Please select one option *
If you partly or do not agree with this overview of the health education programme, please provide us with further information describing what you think needs to change. OR what further information you need to respond. *
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What would you consider to be a highlight or strength of the school's health education programme? *
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