It takes care of the wellbeing of children from birth to the age of nineteen. The government established this agenda with the aim of achieving the following five objectives in every child's life regardless of ethnic background, and other circumstances;
4. Making a Positive Contribution - this assist the children to achieve community and social development thereby managing to avoid anti-social behaviour and engaging in felonious character. It builds responsibility and accountability.
The government appreciates the need to create a healthy and ambitious young generation and as a result it had to take care of the needs of the less fortunate children in the society. Achieving the five outcomes has become the ambition of every child in the world despite their conditions or background. Achieving the five objectives is playing a very significant role in reducing the gap between the less fortunate children and their peers who are quite normal (Barnardo 2003).
This objective is to ensure that every child regardless of his or her background enjoys a vigorous lifestyle and proper health. Being healthy covers all aspects of body health i.e. Physical, mental, sexual, and emotional health as well as protecting the children from illicit drugs (Bridgeman 2007). The Westgate School just like any other institution that is taking care of children with special needs is working hard to ensure that environmental risks in the school are reduced to consequently minimize chances of harm. The teachers at Westgate School are very efficient in their performance and they have incorporated the aspects that keep the students in good mental and emotional health.
The learning is described as being very effective as the teachers have established clearly defined objectives in the curriculum matched with a range of very exciting activities full of humour, warmth and mutual respect. All the students are included in all the learning activities despite their learning needs and as such this has inspired positive aspiration in the students and the will to achieve and meet personal development has also improved (Tutt 2007). The school has a broad curriculum that is designed to cater for the students' physical health. It covers a wide range of extra curricular activities extensively, all including games, music, and performing arts which has also attracted a significant number of students. These activities are highly beneficial to the students' individual developments and welfare, hence more time is allocated to the physical education period. Students' personal development and academic success has been the main focus of the Curriculum at Westgate School. The teachers have gone personal in their assistance to meet each ones personal needs and as a result, there is improved performance. To