What are the 8 Shanarri wellbeing indicators?
To ensure everyone has a common understanding of what wellbeing means, the Scottish Government has described wellbeing in terms of eight indicators, which are Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected, Responsible and Included. These are sometimes abbreviated to the acronym known as SHANARRI.
Is Girfec a policy or framework?
Getting It Right for Every Child (GIRFEC) is a landmark children’s policy framework to improve children’s well-being via early intervention, universal service provision, and multiagency coordination across organizational boundaries.
Is Shanarri a framework?
The SHANARRI principle The SHANARRI principles provide a framework for understanding a young person’s wellbeing.
What is the resilience matrix Girfec?
The resilience matrix is used to analyse information from the My World Triangle and other sources including historical information and chronology of significant events. It should be used for more complex cases where the child/young person may be at risk or if there is a lot of information.
Why was GIRFEC introduced?
GIRFEC was introduced by the Scottish Government in 2006 as it was widely recognised that services needed to work together and that children and parents needed one clear point of contact to ensure that the right help is offered at the right time.
What legislation does GIRFEC link to?
The Children and Young People Act.
Is GIRFEC part of CfE?
Supporting young people’s health and wellbeing is at the core of both Getting it right for every child ( GIRFEC ) and Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).
Is GIRFEC Scottish?
Getting It Right For Every Child also known as GIRFEC is the national approach in Scotland to improving outcomes and supporting the wellbeing of our children and young people by offering the right help at the right time from the right people.
What are the well being indicators?
The wellbeing indicators are: Safe; Healthy; Achieving; Nurtured; Active; Respected and Responsible; and Included. Collectively they are often referred to as SHANARRI.
What does GIRFEC mean for practitioners?
Getting it right for every child
The Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC) approach supports children and young people so that they can grow up feeling loved, safe and respected and can realise their full potential. At home, in school or the wider community, every child and young person should be: Safe. Healthy.
How does GIRFEC support children’s wellbeing?
At the heart of both GIRFEC and the additional support for learning framework is partnership with parents and putting children’s wellbeing at the centre of any decision about their lives. Although GIRFEC is much wider than just education, a child’s wellbeing plays a huge part in how well they do in school.
What are the shanarri factors?
These eight factors are often referred to by their initial letters – SHANARRI. They are wellbeing indicators which help make it easier for children and families and the people working with them to discuss how a child or young person is doing at a point in time and if there is a need for support.
What is shanarri online training?
Online training developed by Children’s Health Scotland explains how SHANARRI supports children’s rights. It is suitable for health practitioners and those working in social care or education who support children with their health.
What is wellwellbeing (shanarri)?
Wellbeing (SHANARRI) The Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC) approach supports children and young people so that they can grow up feeling loved, safe and respected and can realise their full potential. At home, in school or the wider community, every child and young person should be: Safe. Healthy. Achieving. Nurtured.