Peer Support Works: A Step by Step Guide to Long Term Success

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Bloomsbury, Jul 25, 2007 - Education - 176 pages
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Peer support is increasingly being adopted by schools as a means of proactively preventing and tackling problems. The book's main focus is on the sustainability of peer support programmes, since many schools initiate such schemes but find it hard to sustain them over time with each new generation of students.

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Contents

Introduction
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The range of peer support models their present scope and
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Theories and research evidence on peer support projects in schools
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About the author (2007)

Netta Cartwright is a registered teacher of the Re-evaluation Counselling model of co-counselling and was the first teacher in the UK to pioneer peer-counselling in 1985. She has set up and developed peer support services in 30 secondary, middle, primary and special schools and a pupil referral unit. As well as authoring books on peer counselling bullying, her work has been featured on television.

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