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Sample Booklet    A Whole-School Process    Friendly Schools PLUS offers one of the most effective means to reduce bullyin...
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Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
Friendly schools plus 16pp sample booklet a4 covers v1 small for e copy[1]
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  1. 1. Sample Booklet sample bookletOverview of the ResourceThe Child Health Promotion Research Centre (CHPRC) and STEPS Professional Development are proudto offer Friendly Schools PLUS the new, evidence-based resource for primary and secondary schoolsdesigned to build social skills and significantly reduce bullying in school communities.Friendly Schools PLUS draws on 12 years of extensive and rigorous research into best practice,and now includes evidence from four more major research studies, including ways to address cyberbullying, conducted by the CHPRC. The resource comprises over 75% new material than the originalFriendly Schools Resource, presented in a blended online and print environment.The program provides schools with the strategies and resources to achieve the vision and all nineelements of the newly-revised National Safe Schools Framework. The Friendly Schools PLUS programlinks directly to the General Capabilities outlined in the Australian Curriculum under personal and socialcapability. It is also based on 11 major research projects conducted since 1999 involving more than27,000 Australian school-age students from pre-primary to Year 10 (see figure below). This research hasfocused critically on understanding student bullying behaviour and seeking locally relevant and practicaloutcomes while informing national and international policy and practices. It is recognised nationally andinternationally as a successful whole-school evidence-based bullying prevention program. 11 Successful Friendly Friendly Major bullying Schools Schools practice study Friendly Studies resource Families KIT+ Children’s Solid Kids Supportive Approachable Aggression Solid Schools Schools Teacher Prevention study study study study Covert Cyber Strong Solid Kids Bullying Friendly Schools Solid Schools Prevalence Schools Safe Kids dissemination study study Contact STEPS Professional Development to find out how you can access the Friendly Schools PLUS resources and professional learning opportunities. w: www.stepspd.com / t: 08 9373 2200 / e: info@stepspd.com.auFriendly Schools PLUS 3
  2. 2. Sample Booklet A Whole-School Process Friendly Schools PLUS offers one of the most effective means to reduce bullying among young people. The resource is based on a whole-school approach to enhance students’ social and emotional understandings and competencies, in developmentally appropriate ways throughout their schooling. A range of tools and materials are provided to help schools to effectively implement the seven steps of the Friendly Schools Whole-School Process. 7 1 Survey students, Review changes in parents, teachers practices, processes and student outcomes 2 Assess whole-school 6 practices Implement teaching Whole-School and learning activities Process 3 5 Plan priorities using data 4 Use whole-school toolkits to respond to priorities Build collective capability Contact STEPS Professional Development to find out how you can access the Friendly Schools PLUS resources and professional learning opportunities. w: www.stepspd.com / t: 08 9373 2200 / e: info@stepspd.com.au4 © CHPRC ECU 2012
  3. 3. Sample Booklet sample bookletRESOURCES TO SUPPORT A WHOLE-SCHOOL PROCESS‘Survey the Scene’ – Surveys• Three reliable self-administered, online, surveys for students, staff and parents help determine students’ understandings, attitudes, competencies and behaviour.• Provide aggregated electronic school level reports to help guide informed decision making.‘Map the Gap’ – Screening Tool• Identify what your school is doing well and areas for action to enhance social skills across the whole- school.• Provides a school profile based on staff data-identifying whole-school strengths and challenge areas.‘Plan to Act’ – Planning Tool• Determine if whole-school strategies currently used in your school meet the identified needs of the students, staff and parents.• Set priorities – What’s working well, what can be improved, what’s missing?• Record short and long term priorities, actions, timelines and monitoring methods.Powerful Professional Development• Build your own capacity to sustain successful implementation across the whole school by training Friendly Schools PLUS Facilitators and/or Lead Teachers• Provide practical and powerful professional learning for all school staff.Get Informed – Evidence for Practice Text• Access the tools needed to help your school to implement, maximise and sustain effective social skill building and bullying prevention strategies.‘Walk the Talk’ – Teacher Resource BooksProvide all teachers with age appropriate Teacher Resource Books full of practical learning activitiesand ideas to use in the classroom to improve students’ social and emotional skills.Organised into the five key areas of the social and emotional learning model.• Key Area 1: Self-Awareness• Key Area 2: Self-Management• Key Area 3: Social Awareness• Key Area 4: Relationship Skills• Key Area 5: Social Decision-Making‘Review the News’Use the Online Surveys, Screening Tool and Planning Toolkits to effectively monitor, review andevaluate practices, process and student outcomes and the impact of the change across the school. Contact STEPS Professional Development to find out how you can access the Friendly Schools PLUS resources and professional learning opportunities. w: www.stepspd.com / t: 08 9373 2200 / e: info@stepspd.com.auFriendly Schools PLUS 5
  4. 4. Sample Booklet Sample pages ‘Survey the Scene’ – Online Surveys Student Survey About Several Teacher Survey times a often were This Once or Every few once a Last term, how ther ano did not weeks week week or you bullied by r school twice more happen Please indicate student from you s? way to me of the following how much you agree or disa in the following 2 3 4 5 (please circle statements. gree with each 1 one number for each statement) in nasty ways a I was TEASED 5 I feel I have the 3 4 skills to: Strongly 2 Neither told about me to 1 agree Agree agree nor Disag SECRETS were ree Strongly b me disagree others to hurt 5 a discuss bullying disagree 3 4 with students 2 1 one trying to 1 2 I was hurt by some 3 4 DSHIP discuss safe and 5 c BREAK UP A FRIEN 5 b appropriate 3 4 technology use what 2 with students 1 FEEL AFRAID by 1 2 I was MADE TO do to me 3 4 d he/she would 5 someone said 5 c discuss bullying Y 3 4 with parents HURT PHYSICALL 2 1 I was deliberately 1 2 3 r by a group 4 e by someone and/o d 5 me 5 manage bullyi GANGING UP on 3 4 ng incidents 1 2 1 ways 2 3 I was CALLE D NAMES in nasty 4 5 f 5 e manage cyber 3 4 bullying incide DN’T nts me he/she WOUL 2 1 Someone told he/she 1 2 3 SS I DID what 4 g LIKE ME UNLE f encourage stude 5 5 nts to help some said 3 4 who is being bullie one 2 d 1 delibe rately 1 2 My THINGS were N 3 4 ROYED or STOLE 5 h DAMAGED, DEST 5 g address bullyi ng within 3 4 the curriculum NG hurt me by LEAVI 2 1 Others tried to 1 2 or NOT TALKI NG 3 4 i ME OUT of a group h identify stude nts who are being 5 TO ME 4 5 bullied and/or FALSE 3 1 LIES were told 2 2 d about me by 1 3 4 RUMOURS sprea identify stude 5 my friends or i nts who engag j someone, to make bullying e in other s NOT LIKE me 1 2 3 4 j support whole 5 school activities reduce bullying to 1 2 3 4 5 ‘Map the Gap’ – Screening Tool Contact STEPS Professional Development to find out how you can access the Friendly Schools PLUS resources and professional learning opportunities. w: www.stepspd.com / t: 08 9373 2200 / e: info@stepspd.com.au6 © CHPRC ECU 2012

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