It is designed for school senior management teams, PSHE coordinators and staff, including peer educators, involved in the delivery and review of SRE policy and curriculum.
It is also of interest to local teenage pregnancy and healthy schools coordinators who have a role in helping schools to improve the SRE they are providing.
The five strategic areas, of which goals and suggested action steps are included with each, are: 1. Strengthening and increasing available IPV prevention programs 5.click here Domestic Violence Prevention Work: guidelines for minimum standards Debbonaire, T. (2008) This publication makes the case for why prevention work in schools is important and provides a framework within which such work can be carried out.click here The Expect Respect Educational Toolkit Women’s Aid (2008) Consists of one easy to use ‘core’ lesson for each year group from reception to year 13 and is based on themes that have been found to be effective in tackling domestic abuse.One of CCADV’s priority goals is the prevention of domestic violence and, in particular, intimate partner violence (IPV).To that end, we have developed Connecticut’s first statewide plan designed to address the factors that increase risk for the perpetration of IPV and to promote factors that create healthy, sustainable families and communities.
Download the 2017 - 2019 Statewide Primary Prevention Plan.