Peer Support Works: A Step by Step Guide to Long Term Success
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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Theories and research evidence on peer support projects in schools
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15 minutes accreditation active listening adult anti-bullying APAUSE Appendix approach Asian assessment behaviour buddies bullying Cartwright 2005 Childline Children Act children and young circle members Circle of Friends client co-counselling Co-Counselling International confidentiality Conflict management styles conflict resolution counselling skills Cowie Curriculum David Fulton develop DfES Discuss disputants DK D SD drop-in emotional ensure evaluation example Explain feelings five minutes Activity focus student ground rules Handout her/him High School involved issues learning London mediation skills minutes see Chapter monitoring National Children's Bureau Netta Cartwright Newton and Wilson pairs participants peer counselling peer educators peer listening peer mediation peer mentoring peer support programmes peer support projects peer support service practice promoting PSHE pupils questionnaires Re-evaluation Counselling relationship counselling role plays s/he social staff Staffordshire supervision supervisors support groups talk teachers trainer training course tutor volunteers Walton High School Wolstanton