CAMBRIDGE, UK – April 8, 2014
Notley High School in Essex has announced that it will be participating a pilot programme being run by the Relational Schools Project.
Over the next few months Relational Schools will be partnering with schools across the country to find ways of improving key relationships in education, such as parent-to-school, teacher-to-pupil and peer-to-peer relationships. The Relational Schools team will also ask questions regarding how relationships with school governors, senior management and the wider public affect educational outcomes and bring benefit to communities.
The Relational Schools Project has a vision for a holistic approach to education that involves the local community and businesses, and which gives our young people the skills and confidence to thrive in the rapidly-changing world of the 21st century.
More information about the Relational Schools Project can be found on our website www.relationalschools.org.
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