3. Potpora učenicima

3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo

Jesu li učenici uspješni u školi ili pak postoji rizik od ranijeg napuštanja školovanja uvelike ovisi o njihovu socioekonomskom statusu. Učinci socioekonomskog statusa jasno su prisutni u svim europskim sustavima obrazovanja i osposobljavanja. Manje je vjerojatno da će djeca koja dolaze iz lošije socioekonomske sredine sudjelovati u ranom i predškolskom odgoju i obrazovanju i imati koristi od njih, za razliku od djece boljega socioekonomskog statusa. Taj se početni nedostatak može pogoršati tijekom školovanja ako se djeci ne pruži dodatna potpora s ciljem uklanjanja razlika u obrazovanju. Ipak, pokazalo se da je ravnopravno sudjelovanje u kvalitetnom ranom i predškolskom odgoju i obrazovanju među najučinkovitijim pristupima za borbu protiv socioekonomskih nejednakosti u obrazovnim postignućima.

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Beanstalk, Children’s Literature Charity

Beanstalk, a Children’s Literature Charity in England, was founded in 1973. Working closely with partner schools, they recruit, train and support volunteers to provide reading support for children between ages 3 and 13
The volunteers work one-to-one with children (with each volunteer working with one to three children), coming to the school for three hours each week over the course of a school year. To help build the child’s confidence and create trust, they may read, play and talk with the children. The Beanstalk book box is an important resource with appropriate books and games
Volunteers are asked to make a commitment to work with children for a full school year. Over time, the volunteer and the child build a trusting relationship, and the volunteer is able to learn more about the challenges children experience as they are learning.
The Charity currently reaches approximately 11,000 children across England annually.

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 4. Uključivanje roditelja

Podteme: 3.5. Učenje i ocjenjivanje; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 5.4. Partnerstva: organizacije u zajednici i civilno društvo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

DISKRECIJSKE STIPENDIJE – ENGLESKA, UJEDINJENA KRALJEVINA

Diskrecijskim se stipendijama pruža potpora učenicima u nepovoljnom položaju koji nisu obuhvaćeni jednokratnim godišnjim stipendijama za ranjive učenike. Tim se stipendijama učenicima u nepovoljnom položaju u dobi od 16 do 18 godina koji ne pripadaju skupini ranjivih učenika pruža financijska potpora školovanju za stavke kao što su odjeća, knjige i ostala oprema, prijevoz, hrana ili studijski posjeti. Stipendijama se pruža potpora i mladim počiniteljima kaznenih djela koji nisu u pritvoru.

Tema: 3. Potpora učenicima

Potpodručje: 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo

Jezik: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

ESL - monitoring and prevention solutions (Przedwczesne kończenie nauki - monitoring i przeciwdziałanie)

The project goal is to provide a comprehensive analysis of best practices for preventing ESL in partner countries in the areas: of ESL monitoring systems; and, methods of counteracting ESL and reintegrating students.

Project partners were from Poland, the UK and Italy. Outputs include a report on ESL monitoring systems, a report on prevention and reintegration methods, and a training pack.

Teme: 1. Upravljanje školom; 2. Nastavnici; 3. Potpora učenicima

Podteme: 1.1. Školska kultura i ozračje; 1.3. Upravljanje školom; 3.7. Praćenje rizičnih učenika; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Italija; Poljska; Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

Magic Breakfast

Magic Breakfast, a registered UK charity, aims to end hunger as a barrier to learning through the provision of healthy breakfasts for vulnerable children. The charity believes that a hungry child cannot concentrate so will miss out on half of the day’s lessons. The charity provides healthy breakfast food and expert support to qualifying primary and secondary schools. It works with 480 primary, secondary and special educational needs schools, plus Pupil Referral Units, to make sure that more than 40,300 children start their school day in the best possible way. The charity’s motto is ‘no child too hungry to learn’. According to a recent survey:
- 96 % of respondents reported that provision of breakfast had led to improved energy levels/alertness amongst the participating pupils
- 92 % of respondents reported that provision of breakfast had led to improved concentration levels amongst the participating pupils
- 91 % of respondents reported that provision of breakfast had led to improved educational attainment levels, for the participating pupils
- 81 % of respondents reported that the behaviour of participating pupils had improved, as a result of breakfast provision

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 5. Uključivanje dionika

Podteme: 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 5.4. Partnerstva: organizacije u zajednici i civilno društvo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

Poverty Proofing the School Day

The programme “Poverty Proofing the School Day” is run by the organisation Children North East. It supports schools through an audit which aims to identify and overcome the barriers to learning faced by children and young people from low-income families. Team members speak with all students in the school and interview staff, parents and governors about the effects of poverty on their daily lives in school. An action plan is then tailored for each school to address any unintended stigmatising policies or practices and to celebrate and share excellent practices. Poverty Proofing has reached over 30,000 children and young people in the North East and across the country. An independent evaluation by Newcastle University found that “poverty proofing” has helped improve the most disadvantaged pupils’ attendance and attainment, as well as their take-up of free school meals, trips and music tuition.

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 5. Uključivanje dionika

Podteme: 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 5.4. Partnerstva: organizacije u zajednici i civilno društvo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

Prometheus

The Prometheus project addresses the need for career counselling and guidance to be more relevant to the needs and attitudes of a new generation of digital natives. It provides an online platform with peer networking opportunities and offers a repository of best practices and online guides and toolkits for counsellors.

The main project results include:
• Career Pathways Research and Analysis Report
• 100+ Enlightenment Best Practices e-Book
• PROMETHEUS Peer Network
• Empower Talk Movies
• PROMETHEUS-EU.NET
• Online Career Counselling Guide
• PROMETHEUS Toolkit
• PROMETHEUS Final Multipliers’ Conference
The project team includes organisations from 6 European countries: BFE (Bulgaria), CIAPE (Italy), BEST (Austria), IED (Greece), Aspire-i Ltd. (UK) and CIT (Ireland).

 

 

Tema: 3. Potpora učenicima

Podteme: 3.3. Profesionalno usmjeravanje i potpora; 3.10. Ciljana potpora: Posebne obrazovne potrebe i poteškoće u učenju; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Austrija; Bugarska; Grčka; Irska; Italija; Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

School innovation in Europe: promoting students’ self-esteem and higher order thinking skills through curriculum innovation at the Willenhall Community Primary School

The school’s approach to teaching and learning is based on attaining educational excellence and achievement for all students. The school developed a stimulating curriculum which seeks to provide its students with an understanding of the learning processes in which they are involved (meta-cognition) – and to build their self-belief. The provision of specialist teaching in certain subject areas (science, music, art, physical education) is a key element in this process, as is the development of maths teaching throughout the school (for 6th graders). The teaching of philosophy to all students is also a vital element in developing students’ thinking skills, resilience and self-confidence. Curriculum innovation is undertaken on the initiative of the school, working in co-operation with its Federation partners at Whitmore Park Primary School. All staff, the governing body, students and parents are regularly consulted and made part of the process of curriculum development, and the school is strongly engaged with community partners in developing broader learning activities.

Teme: 1. Upravljanje školom; 2. Nastavnici; 3. Potpora učenicima; 4. Uključivanje roditelja; 5. Uključivanje dionika

Podteme: 1.1. Školska kultura i ozračje; 1.2. Planiranje i praćenje u školi; 1.3. Upravljanje školom; 1.4. Suradnja u okviru obrazovnih sustava; 2.1. Vještine i kompetencije nastavnika; 2.2. Nastavnici i njihovi odnosi s učenicima i roditeljima; 2.3. Početno obrazovanje i trajno stručno usavršavanje nastavnika; 3.1. Dobrobit učenika; 3.2. Sudjelovanje učenika u životu škole; 3.4. Kurikulum i oblici učenja; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 4.1. Komunikacija i informacije; 4.2. Uključivanje roditelja u upravljanje školom; 4.3. Prostori za roditelje i uključivanje u obrazovne aktivnosti; 5.1. Multidisciplinarni timovi; 5.2. Mreže dionika; 5.3. Partnerstva: poslodavci i tvrtke; 5.4. Partnerstva: organizacije u zajednici i civilno društvo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

SKRB ZA UČENJE – PROGRAM UJEDINJENE KRALJEVINE ZA SKRB O DJECI

„Skrb za učenje” (eng. Care to Learn) program je u Engleskoj (Ujedinjena Kraljevina) koji pomaže u pokrivanju troškova skrbi o djeci, uključujući polog i naknadu za upis u ustanovu za skrb o djeci, pokusno razdoblje u trajanju od najviše pet dana, čuvanje mjesta u ustanovi za skrb o djeci tijekom ljetnih praznika te prijevoz do pružatelja usluga skrbi o djeci. U radu se navode kratak opis i rezultati najnovije ocjene te mjere.

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 4. Uključivanje roditelja

Podteme: 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 4.1. Komunikacija i informacije

Jezik: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity the aim of which is to increase the number of pupils from under-represented backgrounds progressing to highly selective universities. It does this by mobilising the PhD community to share its academic expertise with state schools. The Brilliant Club was co-founded in 2011 as an after-school project at London Academy, Edgware. The founders, Jonathan Sobczyk and Simon Coyle, are both teachers who became involved in university access through their work in inner-city schools.
This grassroots project initially drew on the expertise and passion of PhD students to deliver academic enrichment programmes to small groups of pupils. Over the course of that programme, the number of pupils working towards five A*-A grades increased from 3 to 12 out of 19, with 15 going on to achieve at least five A*-As in their GCSE results. Today, many of those pupils are now university graduates, with degrees from LSE, UCL, Queen Mary University and Warwick University among others.
Over the past five years the charity has grown significantly. The Brilliant Club now serves more than 10,000 pupils across England and Wales, making it the largest university access programme for secondary schools in the UK.

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 5. Uključivanje dionika

Podteme: 3.4. Kurikulum i oblici učenja; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 5.4. Partnerstva: organizacije u zajednici i civilno društvo

Jezik: EN

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

UGOVOR ZA MLADE (UJEDINJENA KRALJEVINA)

„Ugovor za mlade ” (eng. Youth Contract) u Ujedinjenoj Kraljevini usmjeren je na mlade u dobi od 16 i 17 godina koji su u skupini NEET (mladi koji nisu zaposleni, ne obrazuju se i ne osposobljavaju) ili su izloženi riziku da to postanu. Tri su ključna cilja: 1. cilj: glavni je cilj projekta mladima u dobi od 16 i 17 godina koji su u skupini NEET i izloženi su riziku od dugoročnog odustajanja pružiti potporu da se uključe u obrazovanje, osposobljavanje ili osposobljavanje na radnom mjestu te da se taj ishod održi; 2. cilj: povećati iskustvo i kvalifikacije tih mladih kako bi imali priliku nastaviti obrazovanje i uspješno pronaći posao, čime bi se smanjio udio osoba koje postanu nezaposlene kada odrastu; 3. cilj: ispitati metode lokalne realizacije i plaćanja po učinku, čime bi se povećala djelotvornost tih modela i razvile najbolje prakse.

Teme: 3. Potpora učenicima; 5. Uključivanje dionika

Podteme: 3.3. Profesionalno usmjeravanje i potpora; 3.11. Ciljana potpora: Nepovoljno socioekonomsko podrijetlo; 5.2. Mreže dionika; 5.3. Partnerstva: poslodavci i tvrtke

Jezik: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Zemlja: Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo