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Distl, Spitzer, Brandmayr: Development of Safe Schools in Austria

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Distl, Spitzer, Brandmayr: Development of Safe Schools in Austria - Our road to success. A European approach

By Sabine Distl, AUSTRIA

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Distl, Spitzer, Brandmayr: Development of Safe Schools in Austria

  1. 1. Development of Safe Schools in Austria Sabine Distl, Safe Kids Austria Our road to success
  2. 2. Lannach Primary School Rein Secondary School Safe School Communities Project Start 2011/2012 Safe School Community Establishment of Steering Committees Meet the 8 Indicators Goal: Designation International Safe School
  3. 3. Methods Each Safe School Steering Community develops programs for all ages, genders and risk groups Lannach Primary Rein Secondary
  4. 4. Lannach Primary School  International Safe School in May 2015  The committee has programs for all ages and genders  Programs for those most at risk for injury  The data and evaluation of primary school Lannach prove that their interventions are effective
  5. 5. Lannach Primary School
  6. 6. Child Safety Measures Lannach Primary School Comenius Regio EU Project  Developing teaching material  Sharing the knowledge and materials with other schools Safety school traffic sports leisure time
  7. 7. Safety in School
  8. 8. Safety in Traffic
  9. 9. Some Safety Programs and Brochures  Dog safety brochure  Primary School Campaign “Smoke detectors protect humain life”  Inline skating safety trainings  Winter sport safety campaign  Water safety campaign – Water safety days
  10. 10. Rein Secondary School  Rein is easily the best example of what International Safe Schools is trying to do (Max Vosskuhler)  Elected Health and Safety School Representatives (two from each class)
  11. 11. Safety Measures Rein Secondary School Open House in January
  12. 12. Peer Workshop in February Safety Measures Rein Secondary School
  13. 13. Health and Safety Day in June Safety Measures Rein Secondary School
  14. 14. Training Day for Health & Safety School Representatives Safety Measures Rein Secondary School
  15. 15. Conclusions  Implement approved methodologies and follow the International Indicators for Safe Schools  Use the leading role of an International Safe School to share successful projects and programs  Additional financial support is very helpful

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