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In 2003 the Government published a Green Paper called Every Child Matters. This was prompted, following the tragic death of Victoria Climbié.
The Every Child Matters (ECM) identified five outcomes:

•be healthy
•stay safe
•enjoy and achieve
•make a positive contribution
•achieve economic well-being

A variety of tablesand list have been published in realtion to the ECM and how it impacts curriculum areas, however I find Cheminais tables particularly easy to understand and navigate around. This table exemplifies the ECM outcomes across the curriculum - ICT.

Be healthy
Stay Safe
Enjoy and achieve
Make a positive
contribution

Achieve economic
well-being

Accessing information on health and well-being
Analysing nutritional data using monitoring technology during exercise.

Developing safe practice when using ICT (e.g. correct positioning of equipment and chairs, taking regular breaks).
Questioning information and not accepting it at face value.
Learning responsible use of email and the internet
Avoiding disclosure of personal details.

Using ICT to support creativity, initiative and independent thinking.
Conveying ideas in original ways.
Using ICT to work collaboratively.
Using ICT for music film and photography.

Accessing informational and ideas on local, national and international issues.
Sharing information with people from diverse backgrounds.
Learning about equality of access, copyright and plagiarism.
Using forums.

Learning when and how to use ICT skills to support work.
Developing ICT capability.
Obtaining analysing and presenting information
Using ICT to collaborate with others.
Learning how to manage finances online.

Extracted from Cheminais (2010.p.36)





A variety of tablesand list have been published in realtion to the ECM and how it impacts curriculum areas, however I find Cheminais tables particularly easy to understand and navigate around.
Be healthy
, Accessing information on health and well-being Analysing nutritional data using monitoring technology during exercise. Stay Safe, Developing safe practice when using ICT (e.g. correct positioning of equipment and chairs, taking regular breaks).
Questioning information and not accepting it at face value. Learning responsible use of email and the internet Avoiding disclosure of personal details Enjoy and achieve, Using ICT to support creativity, initiative and independent thinking. Conveying ideas in original ways. Using ICT to work collaboratively. Using ICT for music film and photography. Make a positive contribution, Accessing informational and ideas on local, national and international issues. Sharing information with people from diverse backgrounds. Learning about equality of access, copyright and plagiarism. Using forums. Achieve economic well-being. Learning when and how to use ICT skills to support work. Developing ICT capability. Obtaining analysing and presenting information Using ICT to collaborate with others. Learning how to manage finances online. Cheminais, R. (2010) The Pocket Guide to Every Child Matters, An at-a-glance overview for the busy teacher. Abingdon. Routledge.




thy •stay safe •enjoy and achieve •make a positive contribution •achieve economic well-being. (Cheminais. 2006)