Foreldreinvolvering

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Research has shown that the benefits of parental involvement depend largely on its quality. Schools have an important role to play in developing and maintaining communication and information flows with parents. Most European countries have legal provisions in place to ensure the right of parents to be informed about their children's schooling. However, this may not be very effective for parents and families that are most distant from the school culture. In addition to formal arrangements for communication, a set of complementary measures are needed, to reach different groups of parents, including those with different parenting styles and levels of 'distance' from the school.

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Care to learn - UK scheme for childcare

The Care to Learn scheme in the UK-England can help with the cost of childcare, including deposit and registration fee, childcare taster session for up to 5 days, keeping childcare place over the summer holidays, and transport to the childcare provider. This paper provides a short description and results of the most recent evaluation of the measure.

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Områder: Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering

Underområde: Kommunikasjon og informasjon

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

Land: Storbritannia

Community-Based Lifelong Learning Centres

NESET - Network of Experts on Social Aspects of Education and Training publishes reports for policy makers and practitioners interested in promoting equity and inclusion in education and training across the European Union. This paper seeks to examine strategies for establishing community based lifelong learning centres in EU Member States. It explores evidence and research on the benefits and advantages of establishing such centres, as well as the barriers and difficulties impeding both the establishment and effectiveness of such centres. The report concludes that community based lifelong learning centres can simultaneously provide instantiations of a range of key lifelong learning objectives, such as active citizenship, social cohesion/inclusion, personal and social fulfillment, intercultural dialogue, as well as employment pathways.

Områder: Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Rom for foreldre og involvering i undervisningsaktiviteter; Familielæring; Partnerskap: Samfunnsorganisasjoner og lokalsamfunn

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

Land: Albania; Belgia; Bulgaria; Danmark; Estland; Finland; Frankrike; Hellas; Irland; Island; Italia; Kroatia; Kypros; Latvia; Litauen; Luxembourg; Malta; Nederland; Nord-Makedonia; Norge; Polen; Portugal; Romania; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spania; Storbritannia; Sverige; Tsjekkia; Tyrkia; Tyskland; Ungarn; Østerrike

Guide for Roma School Mediators

The 'Guide for Roma school mediators/assistants', prepared by the Council of Europe, is aimed primarily at all categories of staff from the Roma community working to improve schooling conditions for Roma children. It is intended to provide staff with wide ranging tools and practical guidelines that can be adapted to different contexts. The guide considers the profiles of school mediators and assistants and their role in facilitating relations between the school and the Roma community(ies), between teachers and other school staff and parents of Roma children. The guides content is therefore designed to help improve the work of Roma school mediators and assistants and reduce the impact of any undesirable effects by providing structured day-to-day activity and highlighting aspects of mediation that are often not used in practice.

Områder: Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering

Underområder: 3.9. Flyktninger, migranter og sigøynere; Kommunikasjon og informasjon

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

Land: Albania; Belgia; Bulgaria; Danmark; Estland; Finland; Frankrike; Hellas; Irland; Island; Italia; Kroatia; Kypros; Latvia; Litauen; Luxembourg; Malta; Nederland; Nord-Makedonia; Norge; Polen; Portugal; Romania; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spania; Storbritannia; Sverige; Tsjekkia; Tyrkia; Tyskland; Ungarn; Østerrike

Parental Involvement for Early School Leaving Prevention

This report seeks to inform and guide the short and medium term strategic planning of the 10 Urbact - PREVENT city municipalities and all other municipalities, local authorities and schools across Europe with regard to parental involvement in education for prevention of early school leaving. This review is based on an analysis of EU Commission and Council documents on ESL and social inclusion, a dialogue and ongoing consultation process with the 10 municipalities engaged in the Urbact - PREVENT project and it interrogates international research relevant to this area. PREVENT is funded by the EU Urbact programme.

Områder: Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Foreldreinvolvering i skoleledelse; Rom for foreldre og involvering i undervisningsaktiviteter; Familielæring; Partnerskap: Samfunnsorganisasjoner og lokalsamfunn

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

Land: Albania; Belgia; Bulgaria; Danmark; Estland; Finland; Frankrike; Hellas; Irland; Island; Italia; Kroatia; Kypros; Latvia; Litauen; Luxembourg; Malta; Nederland; Nord-Makedonia; Norge; Polen; Portugal; Romania; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spania; Storbritannia; Sverige; Tsjekkia; Tyrkia; Tyskland; Ungarn; Østerrike

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.

Områder: Skoleledelse; Lærere; Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Skolekultur og skoleklima; Skoleplanlegging og oppfølging; Skoleledelse; Lærernes ferdigheter og kompetanse; Lærere og deres relasjoner til elever og foreldre; Lærernes trivsel; Elevenes trivsel; Elevenes deltakelse i skolehverdagen; Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Rom for foreldre og involvering i undervisningsaktiviteter; Partnerskap: Samfunnsorganisasjoner og lokalsamfunn

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

Land: Storbritannia

School innovation in Europe: Curriculum innovation for a conductive and supporting learning environment at the President Kennedy School in Coventry

The school’s philosophy in relation to teaching and learning is focused students’ active understanding of and participation in the learning process. The school’s curriculum is based on the principles of progression and coherence.

‘The Bridge’ is one of the key innovative practices implemented at the school. It consists of a curriculum innovation established to provide a conducive and supportive learning environment for students entering secondary education at age 11. Learning is project-based and delivered by teams of teachers from different areas of the curriculum, which enables students to engage with a small number of teachers, and to work on clearly defined and cohesive learning objectives. The five principles underpinning the Bridge are: Achievement; Belonging; Celebration; Discipline; Enrichment. The students are empowered as independent learners – throughout their time at the school – and beyond. A rewards system enables students to earn points towards prizes at the end of the year.

Områder: Skoleledelse; Lærere; Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Skolekultur og skoleklima; Skoleplanlegging og oppfølging; Skoleledelse; Lærernes ferdigheter og kompetanse; Lærere og deres relasjoner til elever og foreldre; Lærerutdanning og kontinuerlig profesjonsfaglig utvikling for lærerne; Elevenes trivsel; Elevenes deltakelse i skolehverdagen; Læreplan og læringsveier; Læring og vurdering; Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Partnerskap: Samfunnsorganisasjoner og lokalsamfunn

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

Land: Storbritannia

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.

Områder: Skoleledelse; Lærere; Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Skolekultur og skoleklima; Skoleplanlegging og oppfølging; Skoleledelse; Samarbeid internt i skolesystemet; Lærernes ferdigheter og kompetanse; Lærere og deres relasjoner til elever og foreldre; Lærerutdanning og kontinuerlig profesjonsfaglig utvikling for lærerne; Elevenes trivsel; Elevenes deltakelse i skolehverdagen; Læreplan og læringsveier; Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Foreldreinvolvering i skoleledelse; Rom for foreldre og involvering i undervisningsaktiviteter; Tverrfaglige grupper; Interessentnettverk; Partnerskap – arbeidsgivere og bedrifter; Partnerskap: Samfunnsorganisasjoner og lokalsamfunn

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

Land: Storbritannia

Talk of the Town (ToTT)

The ‘Talk of the Town’ (ToTT) intervention was developed by The Communication Trust and ICAN – two UK-based speech, language and communication NGOs. ToTT was piloted across a small federation of schools (secondary and primary) in Manchester in an area of social deprivation in 2011- 2012 to address developmental delays in children’s speech language and communication (SLC). It is an integrated, community-led and systematic approach to supporting SLC in children and young people. The importance of detection and support of learners with learning difficulties before the problem is translated into school absenteeism is essential. Research has pointed to the need to identify at-risk learners and rapidly intervene at the appropriate level, in this case a targeted approach being the most applicable. ToTT follows a systematic process to embed strategies and achieve measurable positive outcomes.

It was piloted with four key aims:

1. Early identification of children and young people with SLC needs

2. Joint working between parents and practitioners across health and education

3. Positive outcomes for children and young people with improved SLC skills

4. A sustainable approach, so that policy and practice continues to support positive outcomes.

 

 

 

Områder: Skoleledelse; Lærere; Støtte til elever; Foreldreinvolvering; Involvering av interessenter

Underområder: Skolekultur og skoleklima; Lærernes ferdigheter og kompetanse; Elevenes trivsel; Kommunikasjon og informasjon; Partnerskap – arbeidsgivere og bedrifter

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

Land: Storbritannia

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