Helping your school to improve

What:

A majority of school senior leaders, trustees and governors have a set of well-established core values whose principles will be largely be reflected in all members of a ?school and wider community?. Throughout the development process of the community core values, participants were driven by the framework which held that the finished product would:

Why:

A set of core values are a central belief deeply understood and shared by every member of a school. Core values guide the actions of everyone in the organisation; they focus its energy and are the anchor point for all its plans. An organisation has a core value if there is evidence of it everywhere.

How:

However, very few schools appear not to regularly revisit, evaluate or review their core values to see if they are still relevant, understandable, appropriate, valid and reflect in a dynamic way the changing nature of learning and also the community aspirations.

Offer of help

Time, methodology and suitable personal to undertake such a review and evaluation is a contributing factor as to why core values are not methodically checked. At Rhinoss we can provide the necessary personnel and method, tools, co-ordinate focus groups, undertake interviews, create ?bespoke? questionnaires to help you evaluate whether your core values are still having an impact to ensure the following 3C?s are being adhered to:

Collectiveness: ensuring that all stakeholders are working together to achieve a common objective.

Collaboration: people are working together towards shared aspiration.

Consistency: logically ordered and following the same pattern and with unchanging conformity with a set of rules, guidelines or policies.

Outcomes provided:

Improving the core values of schools


Improving the core values of schools