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WEB, which means "Where Everybody Belongs", is a junior high orientational and transitional programme that welcome 6th to 7th grades and gives them the feeling of being at ease in their first year of junior high. Building on the beliefs that student success is possible, the programme educates eighth form WEB Leader trainers.
WEB Directors are good examples of a mentor and a pupil leader who guides the 6th and 7th grades to find out what it will take to succeed during the intermediate level transitions and make the 6th and 7th grades easier to succeed. An increasing number of surveys show that if pupils have a good first year of intermediate education, their prospects of achievement rise drastically.
The WEB provides the framework for 6th and 7th grade students who get help and direction from pupils in class 8 who have mastered the intermediate level challenge and realise that the move to a bigger class can sometimes be overpowering. The WEB also functions as an anti-bullying programme for your schools by giving them a squad of pupil guides who look for and help stop harassment behaviour.
The WEB gives older pupils leave to recognise and communicate any adverse behaviour they see in order to create a more secure for all. The WEB is a one-year transitional programme with four elements that make it a success: This programme teaches pupils that those at schools take good responsibility for them and their work.
The WEB is the Intermediate Transitional Programme that enhances students' performance, promotes personal growth and creates an anti-bullying atmosphere at your class.