A pilot whole-school intervention to increase students’ social inclusion and engagement, and reduce substance use Bonell C, Sorhaindo A, Strange V, Wiggins M, Allen E, Fletcher A, Oakley A, Bond L, Flay B, Patton G, Rhodes T. Overview.
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Bonell C, Sorhaindo A, Strange V, Wiggins M, Allen E, Fletcher A, Oakley A, Bond L, Flay B, Patton G, Rhodes T.
(1) whether this was feasible and acceptable in English schools;
(2) awareness of the intervention throughout the school;
(3) the influence of schools’ baseline ethos on implementation.
To enable locally determined actions over one academic year 2007/08 to increase students’ security, positive self-regard and communication with staff and students.
We had one of the heads of year working on it. But she didn’t have the seniority to bring about the, kind of, changes that were needed.
I – Was that the main reason then?
Well, yeah, because there was a certain reluctance to engage in a debate about who should be rewarded and what for. Was it going to be rewards for – they had a, sort of, very much a traditional format about, you know, the high achievers were being rewarded.
Actions were more successful when they:
Actions were less successful where they: