improving school climate

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When it comes to student achievement, positive school climate is considered a highly important factor. Research shows that building a positive school climate can be beneficial for learning. Safety, teaching and learning, relationships within the school and the general environment are all essential aspects of the school climate. To create an sustain a positive school climate, different stakeholders can take an active role in creating a culture of shared responsibility and mutual support. Good peer relationships, trust in their teachers, school policies that students perceive as far also play a major role in determining the school climate, as well as engaging in supportive practices, accommodating individual student needs, addressing student strengths and interests. To develop a positive climate, the institution can offer a variety of activities that students can participate in – student interaction with school activities fosters a sense of belonging, which is proven to have a positive effect.

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