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School Number 11 “George Tutoveanu” Barlad




School Number 11 “George Tutoveanu”, Barlad 

School Number 11, George Tutoveanu, from Barlad, as any other school un it, faces different problems triggered by the students’ psycho-emotional profile or by their socio-economical status.

That is why the management team and the teachers apply different strategies in order to reduce the  problems caused by the mentioned factors, so that each student can benefit from an optimal integration at the school level.       

These methods will be published successively in the virtual newspaper where each school partner will detail the specific issues, in order to find the best solutions to create an optimal educational space.


Statistic Data on the “Temporary Abandon” Phenomenon

The number of the children enrolled at the beginning of 2010-2011 school year

Primary school: 426 students

Secondary school: 502 students

Total: 928 students

The number of the children with parents working abroad

Secondary school: 74 students

Girls: 29 students

Boys: 45 students

Percentage: 14, 88%

Working abroad parents

Mother: 32 students

Father: 25 students

Both parents: 17 students

Whose care were the children left?

The other parent: 41 students

Grandparents: 18 students

Older brothers or sisters: 2 students

Other relatives: 13 students


Action  Plan on Monitoring and Supporting the “Home Alone” Child

1.The identification of the students with parents working abroad from our school;

2.The identification of the students who pose problems among the children with parents working abroad;

3.The  formation of some additional training groups at the class level;

4.Carrying out regular meetings with the students’tutors;

5.The formation of a psycho-counseling group to sustain self-reliance;

6.Supporting the students who require individual counseling;

7.Providing the teachers with techniques and methods on developing self-esteem by the school psychologist;

8.The permanent monitoring of the “Home Alone” children;

9.The final assessment at the end of the school year.



We have interviewed 7 teachers working on the project. Here are the results:





We have interviewed 76 students involved in the project. Here are the results:







No Groups of children at risk Primary School Secondary School
1. Children in foster care at a professional maternal assistant 11 2 5 6 6 3 2 3
2. Children whose parents are divorced 11 11 9 11 12 4 15 3
3. Children who come from single-parent families(e.g. the death of a parent) 1 11 4 3 4 4 5 2
4. Children from disadvantaged families with poor economic situation( e.g. unemployed parents, no social allowance, no land 3 6 4 - 12 3 2 3
5. Children with special needs 1 3 7 5 3 4 1 7
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2012 16:03