Information for schools

For participating schools, this pdf document details the steps to be taken over the next few months.
(InCAS flyer, referred to in the document above, and the InCAS instructions.)

For background information, here are some documents related to our recent 2nd March event in Manchester:

Event flyer (pdf)
School participation letter (pdf)
Flow chart of involvement (pdf)

Presentations:
Neil Humphrey, UoM (pptx)
Paul Edwards, Barnado's (ppt)


Video clips

Here are a few short videos from our recent March event. Check back as we edit and upload more in the coming weeks!

Barnardo's Introduction

Paul Edwards from Barnardo's introduces the PATHS curriculum and explains why the programme has been selected to use in schools in Birmingham and Ireland. (Running time: 14 mins approx.)

Download introduction slides (pdf)

Barnado's Tips

Paul Edwards from Barnardo's UK shares some of the issues schools may wish to think about when adopting the PATHS curriculum. (Running time: 9 mins approx.)

Download tips slides (pdf)

Tony Lacie at Arden school

Head teacher Tony Lacie, a head teacher from Arden school in Birmingham talks about his experience with the PATHS curriculum. (Running time: 12 mins approx.)

Anna - Birmingham PATHS Coach

Anna, a PATHS coach for schools in Birmingham, talks through her experiences in supporting schools with the programme. (Running time: 15 mins approx.)

Deborah - Nechells Primary School

Deborah talks about her experience in implementing the PATHS programme at her school. (Running time 18 mins approx.)

Download slides (ppt)

Angela - Whychall Primary School, Birmingham

Angela talks about her experience with PATHS. (Running time 18 mins approx.)

Download slides (ppt)

Professor Neil Humphrey - UoM

Neil explains the PATHS project, and outlines the benefits for the schools taking part (part 1 of 2). (Running time 18 mins approx.)

Download presentation slides (pptx)

Professor Neil Humphrey - UoM

Neil explains the PATHS project, and outlines the benefits for the schools taking part (part 2 of 2). (Running time 18 mins approx.)