Download
tainan municipal min de junior high school n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
The Safe School Program Implementation PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
The Safe School Program Implementation

The Safe School Program Implementation

94 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

The Safe School Program Implementation

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Tainan Municipal Min-De Junior High School The Safe School Program Implementation Reporter: Tsai Mei-Yen School: Tainan Municipal Min-De Junior High School

  2. Contents • Brief Introduction of the School • The Vision of Safe Schools • The Promotion Objectives • The Promotion Steps • The 42 Benchmark Matrix Checklist • The Short-term, Mid-term, and Long-term Goals • The Overview of the Implementation of the Seven Indicators

  3. Contents • The Statistics and Analysis of Student Accidental Injuries • Academic Year 2008-2010 • Single Issues • The Prevention programof Campus Violence and Bullying Program • The 3E Strategy • The Status of the Improvement of Single Issues • The School Creativity and Safety Strategies • Future Goals

  4. Brief Introduction of the School • 43 years old • 4.17 hectares • 74 classes • Students: 2418 • Staff: 200

  5. Location (intersections, busy traffic)

  6. Top View of Campus(downtown)

  7. Vision Providing a Safe Campus for Learning and Activities

  8. The Promotion of the Overall Objectives • Prevention of Campus Violence and Bullying • Creation of a Friendly Atmosphere on Campus

  9. The Promotion of the sub-goals • All school teachers and staff / students getting correct knowledge of anti-bullying . • Reducing violence and bullying incidents by 5-10%. • Reducing the student injury ratio by 3%. 80% 5-10% 3 %

  10. The Promotion Step Diagram

  11. The 42 Benchmark Matrix Checklist Social Environment Physical Environment Health Education Physical Activity Health Service Crisis Response Community & Family

  12. Long-term Short-term Mid-term 2011 2012 2013 Completing the playground PU runway renovation. Leveling playground surrounding pavement ”The construction project to improve the ratio of men and women’s toilets”

  13. Long-term Short-term Mid-term 2011 2012 2013 Reducing campus bullying by 3%. 4% 5% Reducing student injuries by 3%. 4% 5% Correct anti-bullying knowledge reaches 80%. 85 % 90 % Campus patrol volunteers: 8 14 people 20people Community love stations: 22 26stations 30stations

  14. International Safe SchoolThe Overview of the Implementation of the Seven Indicators

  15. To Establish an International Safe School Related Promotion Committee Indicator 1

  16. Indicator 1 Yu Chang-Kao Promotion Organization Convener Chief Director Executive Director Executive Secretary The Promotion Team

  17. The various policy planning is to be discussed and decided by the school and community representatives. Indicator 2

  18. The various policy plans have been discussed and decided by the school and community representatives.

  19. The Safe School Program must be feasible and ensure continuity, while taking into account gender, age, environment, and all other situations. Indicator 3

  20. Program, Education and Activities The Anti-violence and Anti-bullying Safe School Program Traffic Safety education Gender equality education Friendly campus Moral education Arts competitions Spring Sun education (Anti-drug education) Positive discipline Volunteer camp Human rights issues Sports activities

  21. The high-risk groups and environments prone to accidental injuries are the primary promotion and improvement goals. Indicator 4

  22. The gender ratio of students subject to accidental injuries for academic year 2008-2010

  23. Analysis Male students spend more time on dynamic activities inside and outside the classroomin school and sports activities between classes/ after school. Female students spend relatively less time on dynamic activities

  24. Number of student accidental injuries for academic year 2008-2010

  25. Analysis • Students’ increased awareness of safety. • More students report injury/illness • School’s Active involvement • More cases because of the registration system implemented by the Health Center • Also an opportunity to reexamine the infrastructure and the education policies.

  26. Locations prone to students’ accidental injuries for academic year 2008-2010. 53% general classrooms 26% the playground 21%

  27. The ratio of students’ injured body parts for academic year 2008-2010. 40%Upper limbs 24% Lower limbs 14% Head

  28. The ratio of types of students’ accidental injuries for academic year 2008-2010. 39% Contusion 29% Abrasion 11% Cuts

  29. Analysis • Weakness of infrastructure as an old school • Narrow classroom and corridor spaces • Old and slippery runways • Uneven passages to the sports facilities • Short recess time: students are likely to play in corridors. 53%普通教室 26%運動場 21%

  30. The Roles of the School, Teachers, Students, and Community

  31. The Road Leveling Plan (Phase I ) Vestibule Construction 2011 Environment Transformation Period Before improvement After improvement

  32. The Road Leveling Plan (Phase I ) Entrance and Exit of Roller Skating Rink 2011 Environment Transformation Period After improvement Before improvement

  33. The Road Leveling Plan (Phase I ) Back-gate Entrance and Exit for Bicycles 2011 Environment Transformation Period Before improvement After improvement

  34. The Road Leveling Plan (Phase II ) Renovation of the PU runway Moss is found on the runways. Likely to slip while running Under construction Expected to be completed by the end of December 2011 Environment Transformation Period

  35. The Installation of Handrails in the Corridor (Teaching Area ) 2011 Environment Transformation Period

  36. The installation of additional protective bars along the corridor ( teaching area) Before improvement After improvement 2011 Environment Transformation Period

  37. The installation of additional protective bars outside the switch box 2011 Environment Transformation Period Before improvement After improvement

  38. Warning signs in the corridor (teaching area) Remind students to walk slowly 2011 Environment Transformation Period

  39. Road traffic marking 2011 Environment Transformation Period After improvement Before improvement

  40. Improvement Goal Effectively reducing the rate of students’injuries 3 % 4 %

  41. Single issueCampus violence and bullying prevention

  42. The Origin of Promotion To apply for international safe school certifications. School’s excellent academic performance wins parents’ recognition. More active efforts in improving the environment. ~2007 2011~ 2008 2009 2010 • Awards (National) • Excellent Demonstrations of Positive Discipline in Counseling and Classroom Management (2007~2009, 2011) • Silver Medal, Outstanding Teaching Designs (2011) • One of the Best Schools in Promoting Moral Education, Traffic Safety Education, Anti-drug Education, Anti-bullying Education (2009-2011) • Awards (City Government) • The Best Junior High in School Evaluation, 2008 & 2011 Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  43. The implementation framework SOP processes

  44. Promotion Plan (3E strategy) Enforcement Education Environment Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  45. 3E-Enforcement Teaching and implementation Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  46. 3E-Enforcement The advocacy of the promotion strategy School teachers and staff Inter-school partnerships Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  47. 3E-Enforcement Volunteers’ participation Campus inspections from time to time Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  48. 3E-Enforcement Social resources Participation in anti-bullying undertakings Lectures for all students The Police Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  49. 3E-Enforcement Social resources The Community Love Station (e.g. convenience store) Joint patrol work (the help from military teachers in neighboring schools) Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention

  50. 3E-Environment Campus monitoring system Single Issue: Campus Violence and Bullying Prevention