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This section proposes a selection of inspiring examples, including:

  • quick wins - relatively simple activities that can contribute to tackling early leaving
  • good practices – successful measures implemented in different EU countries to tackle early leaving
  • toolkits and tools that have been developed to help tackle early leaving in Europe.

These examples were selected as part of the Cedefop study ‘Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training (VET) centre stage’. Would you like to know more about the methodology used to select the examples and the countries covered? Go to About >

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Toolkits and tools

Guide and lesson plan examples with suggested activities and resources – promoting social skills among students.

The ‘Guide and Lesson Plans’ toolkit provides practitioners with concrete activities and resources when developing strategies to promote social skills among learners.

Toolkits and tools

FEIGHT - The eight solutions for fighting early school leaving in VET (funded by the LLP)

The FEIGHT tool proposes eight solutions for fighting early leaving in VET – these include a combination of teaching and learning methods centred on outdoor activities, art, music, drama and learning by doing.

Toolkits and tools

LYCAM (Lycée, ça m'intéresse) questionnaire

The LYCAM (Lycée, ça m'intéresse) questionnaire, developed by the French Ministry of Education aims at helping practitioners to identify secondary school students’ difficulties, motivations and personal views of school.

Toolkits and tools

SOS-Network: Social Inclusion of students/learners with special needs into mainstream VET and labour market

The SOS network is a practitioner’s community which contributes to the social inclusiveness of disadvantaged learners or those with special needs. The website is a platform for teachers, trainers and other professionals from all over Europe who share good practices and experiences of inclusive education.

Toolkits and tools

Parents' toolkit (Mallette des parents)

In France, the ‘Parent’s Toolkit’ (mallette des parents) provides examples of how to increase parental participation in school life. The toolkit contains tools for educational teams to organise and facilitate discussions with parents.

Toolkits and tools

Stay@School - The School Inclusion Project Transfer of Innovation. Educational Products.

The project Stay @ school developed several tools to help teachers assess the risk of school dropout, including questionnaires for students, teachers and parents.

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