This programme enables secondary schools to provide interventions targeted at students who are or are at risk of committing criminal offences.
The Keeping Out of Trouble programme will enable secondary schools to provide interventions targeted at students who are, or are at risk of, committing criminal offences. By developing the students’ awareness of victims, the consequences of their actions and sensitive issues as well as by encouraging students to engage in self-reflection, students will develop the strategies, knowledge and understanding to support themselves in making informed choices about their behaviour and future actions. This essential new resource is based on a programme that was developed by staff in the Youth Offending Team and The Hillingdon Pupil Referral Unit, who recognised that students needed more support.
The programme fits in with the Every Child Matters agenda, tackling the ‘Be Healthy’ ‘Stay Safe’ ‘Enjoy & Achieve’ and ‘Making a Positive Contribution’ aims. The Keeping Out of Trouble programme consists of an initial tutorial session, followed by 16 group sessions and a final self-evaluation and target setting session. These strands of support aim to meet the following objectives:
The programme is aimed at all young people, especially those who have demonstrated anti-social or criminal behaviour or a group of young people of a similar age who have not been identified as prolific offenders.
Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary)
Rachael Hayes, Tina Rae
Taylor & Francis
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