Being Resilient

Being Resilient: Characteristics of Resilient Schools
This paper provides guidance for school leaders as they seek to work with their staff and communities to design the systems, structures and processes required to ensure they are able to continue providing high quality learning experiences for their students in the wake of any disruption they experience, be that short or long-term, impacting all or some of their staff and/or students.

The paper addresses three key areas; culture, practice and structure, which are further broken down into nine sections that are intended to provide a provocation for further inquiry and action as you work towards becoming a more resilient organisation.

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This paper is one of a series that has been written to support educators as they make changes in their schools as they implement hybrid approaches to teaching and learning, and establish more resilience in the way they operate.
You can find the other resources here.

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