Peer Support CD-Rom
CD-Rom - Ages 11-16
A comprehensive resource developed for any professional looking to set up a Peer Support programme or who wishes to review a programme already running. It will be a useful tool in creating best practice approaches that seek to develop the emotional literacy of students to enable them to develop and help others.
By E A Morris
This essential pack covers every aspect of developing a Peer Support programme from conception to celebrating success. It is divided into sections to assist with specific needs followed by lesson plans and resources, all supported with sample documents such as planning sheets, forms and a certificate. All information is given as a guide and can be adapted to use in any setting.
Topics covered include how peer support works and how it relates to emotional literacy, the five key success factors and links to citizenship and training. The training programme runs over 10 lessons covering:
- What is peer support?
- Who am I?
- Team building
- Meeting up
Section 1 – Introduction – Guide to using this pack
Section 2 – Planning
Section 3 – Training and Support for Mentors
Section 4 – Lesson Plans
Section 5 – Resources for Lessons
Section 6 – Further Information