Promoting Positive School Culture

1. Build strong relationships

Staff-student relationships influence everything—from the social climate to the individual performances of your students.  When students feel as though they are liked and respected by their teachers they are more likely to be academically successful and abide by school rules and regulations. Relationship building needs to be the foundation of the school and a whole school priority. We do this by allowing teachers to have time to speak to their students both in and out of class.  We encourage our teachers to genuinely bond and share, creating a culture trust and acceptance. The more we invest in our students, the more success, happier, they will become.