You Are Here - A Student's Guide to Navigating 1st Year

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You Are Here – A Student's Guide to Navigating 1st Year is designed to give new students a comprehensive start on their post-primary school journey. The idea behind the programme is to pace and repeat the information they receive as many new students find this a very challenging and overwhelming time. Placing the student at the centre of the induction process and dedicating time to settling them into their new school is essential to making this a positive experience.

The programme addresses the recurring issues that incoming first year's face and details the school supports that are available to all. It aims to equip students with the tools they need to be active members of their new school community and promotes positive learning behaviours from day one.

The programme is broken down into three levels:

Level One – En Route

En Route is set around the initial days for the student in school, learning the fundamentals such as understanding their timetable, finding their way around the school, getting organised and knowing how to ask for help and where to get support.

Level Two – On the Right Track

On the Right Track focuses on the expectations the school has for students around respect, rules, attendance and punctuality. At this point, it is also important to spend time letting students get to know one another, and supporting students in making friends within their class group. They will learn about extra-curricular activities in their school and how to avoid conflict.

Level Three - Reaching Your Destination

By now, the majority of new students have settled into secondary school. Reaching Your Destination guides students in becoming responsible members of their school community. One of the biggest hurdles for first years is learning how to manage their work. In this section, students will discover the best way to do this, with an introduction to studying, goal setting and exam preparation. Students will also learn about how their school communicates with home and how to achieve the best reports. They will become familiar with the Junior Cycle and the expectations for them over the next three years.

Reviewing the Journey

Reviewing the Journey is suggested for a post-midterm and post-Christmas review. Returning from breaks, students can lose focus in their approach to their work and their behaviour. It can be a great opportunity to revisit the key induction points and ensure they are embedded.

 

School Level: Secondary

Class: First Year

Subject: Induction

ISBN-10: 1907330313

ISBN-13: 9781907330315

Barcode: 9781907330315

Publisher: 4Schools.ie

Author: Elaine McLoughlin

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Edition: 1st Edition

Language: English

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Weight: 0.2 kg

Publication Date: April 2021

You Are Here – A Student's Guide to Navigating 1st Year is designed to give new students a comprehensive start on their post-primary school journey. The idea behind the programme is to pace and repeat the information they receive as many new students find this a very challenging and overwhelming time. Placing the student at the centre of the induction process and dedicating time to settling them into their new school is essential to making this a positive experience.

The programme addresses the recurring issues that incoming first year's face and details the school supports that are available to all. It aims to equip students with the tools they need to be active members of their new school community and promotes positive learning behaviours from day one.

The programme is broken down into three levels:

Level One – En Route

En Route is set around the initial days for the student in school, learning the fundamentals such as understanding their timetable, finding their way around the school, getting organised and knowing how to ask for help and where to get support.

Level Two – On the Right Track

On the Right Track focuses on the expectations the school has for students around respect, rules, attendance and punctuality. At this point, it is also important to spend time letting students get to know one another, and supporting students in making friends within their class group. They will learn about extra-curricular activities in their school and how to avoid conflict.

Level Three - Reaching Your Destination

By now, the majority of new students have settled into secondary school. Reaching Your Destination guides students in becoming responsible members of their school community. One of the biggest hurdles for first years is learning how to manage their work. In this section, students will discover the best way to do this, with an introduction to studying, goal setting and exam preparation. Students will also learn about how their school communicates with home and how to achieve the best reports. They will become familiar with the Junior Cycle and the expectations for them over the next three years.

Reviewing the Journey

Reviewing the Journey is suggested for a post-midterm and post-Christmas review. Returning from breaks, students can lose focus in their approach to their work and their behaviour. It can be a great opportunity to revisit the key induction points and ensure they are embedded.

 

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