what is a school climate ?
a school climate is a system made of involving standards, goals, values, residents well-being, interpersonal relationships mechanics, teaching and learning practices, management and tree structure associated with school life. it's also a measurement of this system's health condition.
what's an healthy and positive school climates ?
according to our members and our work, good school climates translate into compliance with the standards of the 24 goals for healthy and positive school climates developed over the past ten years by the students, parents of students, educators and volunteers we have met . good school climates guarantee well-being, safety and good learning conditions at school.
what is a school climates mediator ?
a mediator is a school climate expert trained by our ngo and able to help schools create healthy and positive school climates through training, workshops and conferences. he masters all of our tools, our victim assistance protocols and has an increased knowledge of the patterns of violence and cyberviolence.
how do you become a school climates mediator at campus watch ?
to become one of our mediators, you have to follow a training course. it would soon be available via the climatology app, an application announced at the start of 2023. but you can report to our team, to show your interest in this training. you will thus receive the latest news about the application and you will have the opportunity to join the physical training offered.
what is a school climates investigator ?
a investigator is a school climates expert trained by our ngo. trained to be able to assess the school climates through knowledge of news and potentially associated instablities affecting the school. the investigator masters the standards, the survey protocols and is able to accurately assess a school climate index.
how can you become a school climates investigator at campus watch ?
to become one of our investigators, you have to undergo training. it would soon be available via the climatology app, an application announced at the start of 2023. but you can report to our team, to show your interest in this training. you will thus receive the latest news about the application and you will have the opportunity to join the physical training offered.
how to get involved in our programs ?
soon, thanks to our climatology app, every school will be able to access tools instantly. in the meantime, please get in touch our teams to enroll your school in our programs and to benefit from the presence of our members. for ten years, campus watch has adopted an important principle: all of its tools and programs are free and will remain so in order to guarantee equality for all in the face of challenges.
what does campus watch do at the united nations with the special consultative status ?
since 2017, campus watch has had consultative status with the united nations economic and social council. as such, it has the opportunity to participate in international meetings and conferences, to draft oral and written statements, to share its experience in the field, to monitor the application of treaties and to alert on critical and endangering.
what does it entail to be a civil society representative at the united nations ?
with its special consultative status, campus watch appoints members accredited to united nations headquarters and offices in new york, geneva and vienna. they are the representatives for the ngo and are responsible for drafting and establishing oral and written statements, defending the cause of school climates with member states and during international meetings and conferences organized by the funds, agencies and programs of the united nations.
what is the origin of the ngo ?
the origin of the ngo is associated with the publication of the book-testimonial written by Jacky Pamart where he talks about the school violence he suffered because of his stuttering. together, with Avril Aillot and Aydan Kapisiz, they decide to create the association on the eve of their legal majority. over the months and years, with the help of other committed people who joined the team, the association evolved to become the current ngo. the primary mission was to fight against school bullying before dealing with all the violence and cyberviolence associated with the approach to school climates.
what are the major actions of the ngo ?
since its inception, campus watch has made a point to use stories of victims of violence to raise awareness. since its foundation campus watch consults and writes white papers in order to create participatory programs that takes into account what we observe on the ground. now the organization is set around with two axes resulting from this work, the method of the four seasons and the method of the four atmospheres.
why has the ngo not been active for a few months on social networks ?
due to the coronavirus pandemic, campus watch was the victim of the departure of its main sponsors, being impacted themselves by the health crisis. these last few months have been trying for the ngo and its members, mobilized to seek new sources of funding to preserve the activity and the organization itself. thus explaining campus watch spent less time on social networks, concerned about these difficulties. even though, the organization kept acting for healthy and positive school climates throughout these trying times.
why is the ngo now registered in switzerland, in addition to france ?
campus watch has been registered in france since its creation and now has a headquarters in switzerland in order to get closer to the united nations and other ngos and maximize its networking and efficiency. it is included in the cagi, the reception center of international geneva which assists ngos in their procedures and helps them to develop their activities.