Управување со училиштата

To adequately address complex issues such as early school leaving, schools need to move beyond temporary and isolated measures to a strategic 'whole school approach'. In a 'whole school approach', schools are seen as collaborative learning environments. The entire school community (school leaders, teaching and non-teaching staff, parents and families), together with external stakeholders, take responsibility to help all learners develop to the best of their abilities.

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Action Antibullying (AAB)

The project partners designed and implemented a new anti-bullying programme in schools in five EU countries. It drew on the experiences of existing programmes and practices originated by the project partners working in different cultural contexts.  It provided further evidence of effective approaches to the reduction of bullying in schools that will inform the development of improved child centred, whole school strategies for adoption at European level.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Училишно раководство; Соработка во рамките на училишните системи; Вештини и компетенции на наставникот; Наставниците и нивните релации со учениците и родителите; Наставна програма и насоки за учење; Насочена поддршка-посебни потреби во образованието и тешкотии при учењето; Партнерства: Организации во заедницата и граѓанско општество

Јазик: EN

Држава: Италија; Обединето Кралство; Романија; Словенија; Шпанија

Education Endowment Foundation´s (EEF) parental engagement guidance report

The guidance report on “working with parents to support children´s learning“ is funded by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and focuses mostly on activities that aim to improve children’s learning directly. Thus, it reviews the best available research to offer schools and teachers four recommendations to support parental engagement in children’s learning. When it talks about ‘parental engagement’, ‘schools working with parents to improve children’s academic outcomes’ is meant. It is not a new study in itself, but rather is intended as an accessible overview of existing research with clear, actionable guidance. The guidance also draws on a wider body of evidence and expert input.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Вклучување на родителите; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-област: Фамилијарно учење

Јазик: EN

Држава: Обединето Кралство

Eliot Bank primary school self-evaluation

UK Ofsted (school inspectorate) presents the reasons behind continuous outstanding performance of Eliot Bank primary school. It has developed robust systems for monitoring and evaluation so that it knows what works well and what can be improved further. The school's evaluation process includes a wide range of stakeholders and strategies, but it has always remained focused on pupils achieving the highest possible outcomes. School provision is continuously modified in order to narrow the attainment gap for those pupils at risk of not attaining the levels expected for their age.

Област: Управување со училиштата

Под-област: Училишно планирање и мониторење

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

Држава: Обединето Кралство

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.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Училишно раководство; Следење на учениците изложени на ризик

Јазик: EN

Држава: Италија; Обединето Кралство; Полска

European Network Against Bullying in Learning and Leisure Environments (ENABLE)

This project is designed to support the development of Social-Emotional Learning skills (SEL) for 11-14 year olds, and to promote Peer Support to tackle and reduce bullying. SEL Programmes improve the student's social, emotional and academic skills, which include more pro-social behaviour and positive attitudes toward the self and others, and lower levels of emotional distress. Peer support systems reduce the negative impact of bullying on victims and make it more acceptable for them to report it. It follows a whole-school approach which includes young people, staff, parents and the wider community. Thus, this programme is a departure from the two-dimensional view of bullying as victim and bully, and instead looks at the social and group dynamics in a school or leisure environment to address a range of factors which contribute to bullying. ENABLE has trained a team of Ambassadors in each participating country, who are available to provide information and guidance to any school or organisation wishing to implement the programme.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Поддршка за учениците; Вклучување на родителите; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Благосостојба на учениците; Вклучување на родителите во управување со училиштето

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

Држава: Белгија; Грција; Данска; Обединето Кралство; Романија; Хрватска

ICAM: Including Children Affected by Migration

The ICAM (Including Children Affected by Migration) programme is an Erasmus+ programme designed to ensure that children who have been affected by migration can access education. The programme helps schools to create a safe and secure environment for children affected by migration to enable them to take full advantage of their education.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Вештини и компетенции на наставникот; Наставниците и нивните релации со учениците и родителите; Благосостојба на учениците; Учество на учениците во училишниот живот; Следење на учениците изложени на ризик; 3.9. Бегалци, мигранти и Роми

Јазик: EN

Држава: Белгија; Италија; Обединето Кралство; Романија; Франција; Шпанија

Manchester Communication Academy (MCA)

Manchester Communication Academy (MCA) works to improve outcomes for children, families and the community. This secondary academy opened in 2010 to serve one of the most disadvantaged inner-city neighbourhoods in England. From the outset, the academy’s sponsor, a large employer in the city, wanted the school to help to contribute to a vibrant and sustainable neighbourhood, and committed to addressing the many inter-related economic, social and physical challenges which characterise the neighbourhood. This mission has directly shaped the academy programme, which places equal importance on ‘teaching and learning’ and ‘social investment’. The school’s social investment department is a highly distinctive feature of its overall strategy for addressing the impacts of disadvantage on young people’s education and wider life chances.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците; Вклучување на родителите; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-области: Училишно раководство; Вештини и компетенции на наставникот; Наставниците и нивните релации со учениците и родителите; Почетно образование за наставници и континуиран професионален развој на наставниците; Благосостојба на учениците; Учество на учениците во училишниот живот; Водење и поддршка во кариерата; Наставна програма и насоки за учење; Учење и оценување; Проширено и вон-наставно учење; Следење на учениците изложени на ризик; Насочена поддршка-посебни потреби во образованието и тешкотии при учењето; Вклучување на родителите во управување со училиштето; Места за родители и вклучување во воспитно-образовни активности; Фамилијарно учење; Мултидисциплинарни тимови; Мрежи на заинтересирани страни; Партнерства - работодавци и деловни активности; Партнерства: Организации во заедницата и граѓанско општество

Јазик: EN

Држава: Обединето Кралство

MiCREATE – Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe

The objective of the MiCREATE project is to encourage the inclusion of diverse groups of migrant children by adopting a child-centred approach to the integration of migrant children at educational and policy level. Stemming from the need to revisit the existing integration policies, the research project aims to comprehensively examine the contemporary integration processes of migrant children to enhance their agency, participation, and well-being.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Училишно планирање и мониторење; Училишно раководство; Вештини и компетенции на наставникот; Благосостојба на учениците; Учество на учениците во училишниот живот; Следење на учениците изложени на ризик; 3.9. Бегалци, мигранти и Роми

Јазик: EN

Држава: Австрија; Белгија; Бугарија; Германија; Данска; Италија; Кипар; Летонија; Литванија; Обединето Кралство; Полска; Португалија; Словачка; Словенија; Србија; Унгарија; Холандија; Хрватска; Шпанија

Reach Academy Feltham’s whole-school, whole-community response to COVID-19

1. School context

Reach Academy Feltham (RAF) is in West London. It has 900 pupils from ages 2 to 18. It is a Free School, meaning it is funded directly by the Department for Education and is independent of local government. The school serves a community with high levels of disadvantage, where many families find it difficult to access professional support services. RAF’s mission is to help all its pupils lead lives of choice and opportunity. It works closely with pupils and their families to overcome any barriers to doing well, at home and in the community. To support this, in 2017 RAF created Reach Children’s Hub, an organisation dedicated to extending RAF’s work with families, the local community, and other professional services in the area. The Hub works both with pupils and families from RAF and who attend other local schools. Ofsted, the English schools inspectorate, has graded RAF as an outstanding school.

2. Responding to COVID-19

A week and a half before the UK went into lockdown, RAF’s leadership team (the principals and senior staff) began planning their response to the crisis. Their priorities were to:
• provide high-quality, engaging learning for all pupils
• look after families’ well-being
• support the wider community
• look after the well-being of RAF staff.

RAF’s work to develop Reach Children’s Hub meant it already had some good links with other services and community groups locally. As a Free School, it was also used to working quickly and flexibly to respond to pupils’ and families’ needs. These factors meant RAF was able to act much more quickly in response to COVID-19 than was possible for local government organisations. RAF has stepped forward to take the lead on co-ordinating a multi-agency response to the crisis across the community. By taking this role, it has been able to secure a renewed commitment for services, community groups and schools to work together to meet people’s increasing needs.

 

 

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците; Вклучување на родителите; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-области: Фамилијарно учење; Мултидисциплинарни тимови

Јазик: EN

Држава: Обединето Кралство

Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), UK

Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) is a UNICEF-UK driven approach that integrates the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as a whole school approach to child rights education. The overall aim of the approach is to create a participative, inclusive, and safe school culture, where respect for every member of the school community is guaranteed. The UNICEF Child Rights Education (CRE) Toolkit provides guidance on how to become a Rights Respecting School. Schools adapt the RRS approach to their context. The approach influences relationships between every actor in the school environment and is applicable in any school context. The framework outlined in the RRS toolkit is intended to provide a central organising principle for the entire school and, by extension, for the families and community in which the school is situated. There are three phases of development. The second and third phases (Levels 1 and 2) are similar. The aim is to execute the action plan that is developed during the Recognition of Commitment phase in order to reach the four standards of the RRSA: 1. Rights-respecting values underpin leadership and management 2. The entire school community learns about the CRC 3. The school has a rights-respecting ethos 4. Children are empowered to become active citizens and learners.

Области: Управување со училиштата; Наставници; Поддршка за учениците; Вклучување на родителите; Вклучување на засегнатите страни

Под-области: Училишна култура и клима; Училишно планирање и мониторење; Училишно раководство; Вештини и компетенции на наставникот; Наставниците и нивните релации со учениците и родителите; Благосостојба на наставниците; Благосостојба на учениците; Учество на учениците во училишниот живот; Комуникација и информација; Места за родители и вклучување во воспитно-образовни активности; Партнерства: Организации во заедницата и граѓанско општество

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

Држава: Обединето Кралство

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