School climate

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Young people spend most of their days in school. School climate is a collective representation that people form of their lives at school. Its components include interpersonal relationships, teaching and learning, safety, physical environment, and sense of belonging. Establishing and maintaining a positive school climate are linked with better academic and social learning, better grades, higher graduation rates, and greater stability of school staff. The quality of school climate is a shared responsibility, one that falls to the school’s staff but also to students, parents, and the community at large.

Courses of effective action

  • Develop and maintain harmonious relationships among people at the school and in the community.
  • Ensure high-quality teaching and learning.
  • Ensure that there is a climate of physical, material, and psychological safety and justice in and around the school.
  • Provide a clean, attractive, and pleasant environment, along with suitable materials for students and for community members who frequent the school.
  • Develop a sense of belonging to the school among students and the community.

Source: Réunir Réussir