The school should set up a Dembra team tasked with organising the school’s prevention programme. The team is responsible forco-ordinating, updating and involving staff through all phases of the process.
The Dembra team must include representatives of both management and teachers at the school. We recommend including teachers from different year groups in the team and ensuring good communication with all year groups and subject teams at the school. The school may also consider including students in the team.
The group should appoint a spokesperson to oversee communication with the school’s Dembraadvisor. The contact person could be the chair of the team, but the school is free to organise the team in other ways.
The names, positions, email addresses and phone numbers of the team’s members should be submitted to the Dembraadvisor. [kunneikkedettevære et skjema?]
The Dembra team must meet regularly to discuss and plan the programme. In a busy week it may be easier to hold several short meetings rather than a few longer sessions. However, it is important that the management allocates the team sufficient time for the programme. Under the Dembra team tab you will find tips on how the group could work.
The Dembra team is also responsible for keeping staff updated about the programme. The team must provide regular information about Dembra during common planning time, e.g. in the form of short briefings on what is happening.
The checklist on these pages serves as a tool for the Dembra team. The team is responsible for implementing (and then ticking off) all the items on the list.