3. Soutien aux élèves

3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque

Les élèves peuvent traverser des périodes difficiles dans leur vie sociale et/ou familiale ou subir des échecs scolaires susceptibles de leur faire perdre pied.  Il est fondamental que toute difficulté d’apprentissage ou tout signe de stress socio-émotionnel ou de démotivation soit rapidement détecté, avant qu’ils ne se manifestent par un absentéisme scolaire ou des comportements inappropriés.  Les établissements scolaires doivent établir un système de suivi et d’alerte précoce en collaboration avec les familles. Une identification et un suivi efficaces ne doivent pas être conçus comme un processus bureaucratique et disciplinaire n’enregistrant et ne résolvant que les problèmes d’absentéisme ou de mauvaise conduite, mais plutôt comme un système (d’alerte et) de soutien. Les élèves ont besoin de savoir qu’ils comptent et qu’ils sont pris en charge.

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Essunga Municipality Schools

Essunga, a Swedish municipality, transformed the ranking of its schools from the bottom to the top of the national school league tables between 2007 to the top in 2010. Essunga has three elementary schools and one lower secondary school (grades 6-9). With 5,500 citizens, it is one of the smallest municipalities in the country. The increase in levels of achievement is attributed to a research-based approach of inclusive education. For years, the three elementary schools in Essunga had consistently experienced low educational levels. An increasing number of students were refugees or in “family placements”. In 2007, only 76% of students were eligible for upper secondary school and 20% of these were placed in special education classes. These results compelled political and school leaders and school staff to identify targeted measures to address these challenges. The municipality focused on interventions at school and in the local community to prevent school absence and increase attendance.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 1.3. Direction de l’établissement scolaire; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 3.5. Apprentissage et évaluation; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage

Langue: EN

Pays: SUEDE

Malmaskolan

To improve student success and prevent early school leaving, the Malmaskolan established a Student Health Team, comprised of a school nurse, a special education teacher, the principal, the school counselor, the leisure-time pedagogues, the study and career counselor, a social worker, the school physician and a school psychologist. Since 2005, this Health Team has been the core for the development of teaching at the school, and is a hub for both teaching and school development. They have open meetings thrice weekly where teachers can discuss issues, and where a wide range of potential measures to support students is identified.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 2.2 Les enseignants et leurs relations avec les élèves et les parents; 2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants; 3.1. Le bien-être des élèves; 3.2. Participation des élèves à la vie de l’établissement scolaire; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage; 3.11. Soutien ciblé - Élèves issus de milieux socio-économiques défavorisés; 4.2. Implication des parents dans la gouvernance des établissements scolaires; 5.1. Équipes pluridisciplinaires

Langue: EN

Pays: SUEDE

Nordic Projects to Combat School Dropout

The aim of the report Nordic Projects to Combat School Dropout is to improve and inspire new initiatives for young people, and to create enriching contacts between actors and organisations in the Nordic region.
The Nordic Web Resource on Dropout from Upper Secondary Education was a project commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers and run by the Nordic Welfare Centre between 2012 and 2015. The aim of the project was to compile good examples of initiatives aimed at increasing the proportion of young people in the Nordic region who complete upper secondary education.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 1.2. Planification et suivi des établissements scolaires; 1.3. Direction de l’établissement scolaire; 1.4. Coopération au sein des systèmes éducatifs; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 2.2 Les enseignants et leurs relations avec les élèves et les parents; 2.3. Formation initiale et formation continue des enseignants; 2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants; 3.1. Le bien-être des élèves; 3.2. Participation des élèves à la vie de l’établissement scolaire; 3.3. Orientation professionnelle et soutien; 3.4. Programmes et parcours éducatifs; 3.5. Apprentissage et évaluation; 3.6. Apprentissage complémentaire et extrascolaire; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 3.8. Soutien ciblé - Langue; 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage; 3.11. Soutien ciblé - Élèves issus de milieux socio-économiques défavorisés; 4.1. Communication et information; 4.2. Implication des parents dans la gouvernance des établissements scolaires; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 4.4. Apprentissage en famille; 5.1. Équipes pluridisciplinaires; 5.2. Réseaux d’intervenants; 5.3. Partenariats - Employeurs et entreprises; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN

Pays: DANEMARK; FINLANDE; ISLANDE; NORVEGE; SUEDE

RESL.eu Toolkit for identifying and monitoring students and schools at risk of ESL

The toolkit developed as part of the valorisation of the findings by the Reducing Early School Leaving in Europe (RESL.eu) research project aims to support practitioners working with youth in identifying and monitoring students and schools in need of greater care and support. It is primarily focused on the situation of those young people who are at risk of school disengagement and early school leaving. The toolkit is primarily dedicated to school staff: principals, teachers, educators, pedagogical counsellors, class tutors and school psychologists. However, it might be also helpful for other educational specialists working in education policies and in alternative learning pathways.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 3. Soutien aux élèves

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 1.2. Planification et suivi des établissements scolaires; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque

Langue: EN

Pays: AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; ESPAGNE; HONGRIE; PORTUGAL; SUEDE

School innovation in Europe: improving students’ reading comprehension skills through teaching of reading strategies in Centralskolan

For Arvika, Centralskolan is a big school with students coming from the city centre and surrounding areas. Students are from very mixed backgrounds, including students from disadvantaged areas. Several years ago, the school had a significant number of students whose academic achievements after the 9th grade were not sufficient for entering an upper secondary education. One of the key issues in Centralskolan, as well as in other surrounding schools, was that the student reading comprehension skills across various subjects were poor. Subjects of maths and science have been extra prioritised by Centralskolan as student results within those subjects were especially low. Therefore, the school has started practising an explicit teaching of reading strategies within specific subjects for grades 7 – 9. These reading strategies have been implemented together with scaffolding, which means that a teacher gradually empowers students to lead a reading and text comprehension exercise.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 1.4. Coopération au sein des systèmes éducatifs; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 3.4. Programmes et parcours éducatifs; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 4.1. Communication et information; 5.1. Équipes pluridisciplinaires

Langue: EN

Pays: SUEDE

Ten reasons for abseentism (Tio orsaker till avhopp)

A report that contains research findings as well as interviews with dropouts. 379 young people who did not complete their upper secondary studies share their experiences in the report. The answers come from young people who were involved in European Structural Fund projects. They responded to questions about reasons for delays, what could have been done to prevent drop out and they share their vision of the perfect upper secondary school.

Domaine: 3. Soutien aux élèves

Sous-domaines: 3.2. Participation des élèves à la vie de l’établissement scolaire; 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 3.11. Soutien ciblé - Élèves issus de milieux socio-économiques défavorisés

Langue: EN

Pays: SUEDE

The Tolerance Project

Teachers, social workers and community youth workers in Kungälv work together to identify high-school teenagers in or at risk of joining neo-Nazi gangs. They map local social structures and interrelationships to identify trouble spots and at-risk youth. The project then works with them to disassemble toxic activities and connects them to more positive relationships, activities and influences. The model also includes a wider spectrum of stakeholders committed to influencing society’s attitudes.

Research shows a connection between leaving education and destructive environments, so another important long-term project goal is to ensure that the participating students complete the compulsory nine-year school system, and continue onto upper secondary school.
Impact - Today, there are no active Nazi or white supremacist organisations in Kungälv and no informal gangs. The Kungälv Model was replicated in 20 other cities in Sweden in the 2015/2016 academic year, (with $1 million investment from Ministry of Labour, the National Agency for Youth and Civil Society Affairs, Natur & Kultur Foundation, and Skandia Ideas for Life).

The Kungälv model has been highlighted by the UN as a viable and appropriate strategy to counter extreme intolerance among youths.

www.toleransprojektet.se

 

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 3.7. Suivi des élèves à risque; 3.11. Soutien ciblé - Élèves issus de milieux socio-économiques défavorisés; 5.1. Équipes pluridisciplinaires; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN

Pays: SUEDE