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1 supported by 1 1 kids learn from people who care welcome! velkomin!

2 supported by 2 2 kids learn from people who care Terry Ashton Adviser (Guidance and Careers) Aberdeen City Council Personal Support in Schools: Implementation of Happy Safe and Achieving Their Potential

3 supported by 3 3 what Ill speak about what is personal support? what has it got to do with curriculum developments? personal support and caring caring in practice Personal Support in Schools: Implementation of Happy Safe and Achieving Their Potential

4 supported by 4 4 what is personal support? what do parents want for their kids? happy healthy and safe do well at school and in life

5 supported by 5 5 what is personal support?

6 supported by 6 6 the 10 standards review of individual progress access to support learning for life

7 supported by 7 7 the 10 standards review of individual progress access to support learning for life (3)

8 supported by 8 8 review of individual progress (3) access to support learning for life (3) the 10 standards

9 supported by 9 9 the 10 standards review of individual progress (3) access to support (4) learning for life (3)

10 supported by 10 review of individual progress access to support learning for life

11 supported by 11 what is the main business of school? learning how to learn intellectual social emotional…………….

12 supported by 12 what is the main business of school? learning how to learn intellectual social emotional…………….

13 supported by 13 what is the main business of school? learning how to learn intellectual social emotional…………….

14 supported by 14 what is the main business of school? learning how to learn intellectual social emotional…………….

15 supported by 15 the 10 standards review of individual progress access to support learning for life

16 supported by 16 learning for life

17 supported by 17 learning for life 1.life skills etc 2.decision-making 3.participation & citizenship

18 supported by 18 review of individual progress access to support learning for life

19 supported by 19 review of individual progress 4.regular review of progress 5.transitions 6.planning for the future

20 supported by 20 review of individual progress access to support learning for life

21 supported by 21 access to support 7.support role of all staff 8.coordination of partnership working 9.confidentiality 10.time & space

22 supported by 22 review of individual progress access to support learning for life

23 supported by 23 ….or to put it another way skills and participation taking charge of your own learning getting appropriate support

24 supported by 24 what is personal support? caring and showing it self-esteem & self-confidence better learning

25 supported by 25 what is personal support? personal and social education qualities and life skills more effective living more effective learning

26 supported by 26 what is personal support? identifying barriers to living and learning help with barriers more effective living more effective learning

27 supported by 27 what is personal support? caring

28 supported by 28 caring Personal support is not relevant to me – Im here to teach chemistry

29 supported by 29 caring most teachers come into teaching because they care

30 supported by 30 caring in most schools teachers say they care and teachers work very hard at it

31 supported by 31 caring kids often say no-one cares

32 supported by 32 caring it is not enough that teachers say they care

33 supported by 33 caring do young people recognize they are cared for? are teachers seen by students to be caring?

34 supported by 34 what does caring involve? some simple things! modelling listening

35 supported by 35 listening everyday listening

36 supported by 36 listening pupil/student councils school authority

37 supported by 37 listening participation in developing curriculum

38 supported by 38 opportunities for caring peer support peer counselling buddy systems peer teaching

39 supported by 39 everyone is involved in both receiving and offering personal support

40 supported by 40 everyone is involved in both teaching and learning

41 supported by 41 some more examples

42 supported by 42 why personal support? to help youngsters get the most out of the school curriculum to help youngsters to learn how to support themselves (personal development)

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46 supported by 46 thank you for listening takk fyrir

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