We help schools to personalize their culture and learning experience so each and every child can reach their full potential; within an environment where everyone feels valued and listened to.
The difference you’ll see
Educators understand that each child is different, and that the way they learn is too. And yet sometimes the day-to-day pressures of your school environment make it difficult to work in ways that reflect this individuality.
We help schools to change this by creating cultures, systems and processes that identify and build on everyone’s individual values, strengths, preferences and aspirations. This includes students, teachers, support staff, parents, and schools boards; to create an environment where everyone can truly thrive.
This can include new ways to develop Individual Education Plans (IEDs) so they are really meaningful and reflect what truly matters to the students.
We’re guided by your needs, but our work can lead to:
- Students being better supported to thrive
- Individualised plans
- Improved communication with students, teachers, parents and other staff
- Better use of resources
- Better staff relationships and staff retention
- More effective meetings
- Values-based decision making
- Improved metrics
- Improved planning
- More independence and autonomy
- More creativity
What’s right for you?
Each school is different, so we take the time to understand the challenges you might be facing and how we might help. This could include things like:
- Person Centered Reviews
- Person centered planning
- Strategic planning
- Person Centered Teams
- Positive and Productive Meetings
- Values Based Recruiting
- Supervisor Trainings
- Online learning
- Organisational change support
- One-to-one support
- Management development programs
We always start by taking the time to understand what you want to achieve and what you’ve tried so far, and building a plan designed to help you reach your goals.
If you’d like to learn more about how we support care and support providers to reach their goals, contact Mary Beth today.