Erasmus + Combating and Preventing Bullying in Schools of Europe

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Objectives and Results

Objectives & Results

 
OBJECTIVES:
 
1. to prevent students from violence, school drop outs and inequality
2. to improve techers’ and parents’ motivation on bullying 
3. to support students’ social acceptance with social activities including every single member of school.
4. to encourage the learning of modern foreign languages
5. to improve pupil`s social skills
 
NUMBER AND PROFILE OF THE PARTICIPANTS
Students/teenagers
There will be teams of 30 students in each partner organization so 180 in total will take part actively in project activities. Approximately 1200 students/teenagers will indirectly be affected. 
Teachers/Adults: 
There will be teams of 5 teachers in each partner organization so 30 in total will take actively in project activities. There will be a teacher of English,Music,,a Physiological Counselor, an ICT teacher and a PE teacher/trainer .Approximately 150 teachers/adults will indirectly be affected.
Administrative staff:
The head teacher/chairman and a deputy head will take part in the project, Approximately 36 administrative staff will indirectly be affected.
Families: 
The number of the family members will be 300 in total and they will contribute to introduce the host country’s culture, tradition and to prepare traditional food for international evening. Approximately 480 family members will indirectly be affected.
 
Local community:
Local community like local press, municipality, directorate of national education and PTA will help to disseminate the project to a wider community will indirectly be affected.
 
RESULTS AND IMPACTS
Through our project the six partners intend to create both short-term and long-term tangible and intangible results and to achieve the biggest possible impact to future projects and policy processes such as leading students to overcome lack of self-esteem, setting up the project website in order to provide continuous access to the general information of the project activities, progress and results, writing newspaper reports and creating on-site panels or leaflets to inform non-specialist audience about the project’s background and main results, arranging a multiplier event, communication, and cognitive skills  of at risk students, cultivating effective partnerships between trainers, educators, and community organizations so as to amplify  impact on students.
Author: Joao Fernandes