The most common metaphor we hear at Real Schools is that teaching these days is like spinning plates – there’s just so much to do! And while we all know that good work, like teaching, probably should be taxing – there’s something making the job of keeping those plates intact harder than ever before. It’s…Details
transforming and enhancing your school’s culture
‘The Truth About Bullying – Why Anti-Bullying Programs Always Fail … And What To Do Instead’
a FREE webinar on Monday, 22nd of May at 3.30 PM (AEST)
restorative classrooms, strong classrooms conference
Friday 21st July 2017
from 9.30am – 4pm
Ether Conference Centre, 265-281 Little Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Friday 4th August 2017
from 9.30am – 4pm
Gray Primary School
Gray NT 0830
The three steps to becoming a Real Schools partner…
Step 1. Choose your improvement theme
Step 2. Choose your partnership
Step 3. Get to work… together!
Teaching today is a tough job – your Teachers and your School Leaders deserve the best help available.
Australian schools are great – but the task of sustaining the effort and thinking required to stay at the top comes with a price – the culture of your school, the stress levels of your people, the wellbeing of your students. A Real Schools Membership will provide you with all of the tools, tricks and motivation to keep your school healthy and ready for the next challenge.
This isn't ok...
Top activities of today’s Principals:
Record keeping and reporting – 7% of your time.
Budgets and resource management – 6% of your time.
In transition between activities – 5.24% of your time.
Dealing with student behaviour – 4.99% of your time.
Lowest activities of today’s Principals:
Talking to teachers about students – 0.44%
Engaging in self-improvement – 0.32%
Implementing required Professional Learning – 0.05%
So, the question is simple – is this you? Is it transforming your school and are you prepared to live with this for the rest of your career?
The Teacher FastTrack is a 12-month program of a whole new kind in the world of Teacher Professional Development. We’ve embraced the possibilities of flipped learning and actually applied it to our own learning in a way that is going to engage your Teachers, transform their Practice and exponentially improve their performance in the classroom.
Finally, your Teachers can participate in a long-term improvement cycle linked to genuine support, to your school’s strategic objectives and to the AITSL Teacher Standards.
about Real Schools
Real Schools exists to build partnerships and experiences to help your school achieve its potential in three key areas:
A couple of weeks ago we launched our “Restorative Classrooms, Strong Classrooms” workshop to be held in Melbourne. Then we got excited and a week later launched it at the other end of the country in Darwin too. The response has been just a bit awesome. Our analysis of this powerful statistical display (ok –…Details
It’s true that Australian Teachers are pressed for time. The impact of workload on those who sustain the system again hit the media last week in examining why so many Teachers are leaving the profession in the first 3-5 years of what should be a rewarding career.While we bemoan a lack of understanding and action…Details
Wowee! Term 3 has been flat out for us at Real Schools delivering enormous value to our Partner Schools – and we know it’s been a busy time at your school too. For us, that has left very little time and focus for things like running some public events. You see, we sometimes forget that…Details
I’ll start exercising on Monday. I’ll enrol in that yoga course once the kids leave home. I’ll start a family when we’re financially secure. I can’t begin my diet until I get Christmas out of the way. I’ve got so much admin to do that I can’t focus on what really matters at school.Like all…Details
What our happy customers are saying…
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