SUPPORTING SCHOOLS

The Chase Community Partnership would like to work with schools in Cannock Chase to implement a programme of prevention and early help support.

The vision of the programme is to facilitate and co-ordinate agency support in the school environment and in the wider community in a number of areas such as crime and anti-social behaviour; healthy relationships; hate crime, bullying, mental health, wider vulnerabilities and indicators of social deprivation.

 

The Supporting Schools Programme will complement and enhance the PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic) curriculum and also contribute to the Ofsted framework and with issues including ‘British Values’.

 

The initiative contributes to providing pupils with appropriate information that will help to build their confidence, resilience and self-esteem. It will support them to make informed choices and understand what influences their decision making.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Reduce the prevalence of crime and victimisation amongst young people; reduce numbers of incidents and crimes in school and the wider community
  • Improve heath and wellbeing of children and young people
  • Provide a safe and secure school community which enhances the learning environment
  • Ensure that young people remain in education actively learning and achieving their full potential
  • Engage young people, challenge unacceptable behaviour and support them to develop respect for themselves and the wider community

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