Date
13 August 2022

Articulate how an ILE supports your school vision

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘​Collaboratively developing an inclusive ILE’

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School values inform your approach

School values inform your approach

The values of the school are deeply held beliefs highlighting what our school community considers most important for our learners, so that they will thrive in diverse communities.

These values will be reflected in all actions and interactions, including with learning settings within our school.

Rob Callaghan, Principal, St Martins School

Include parent and community voice

Include parent and community voice

Students, teachers, and parents defined what their school community valued most. This was reflected in their design.

Plan for the future

Plan for the future

Pegasus Bay School was designed to meet the needs of the students and the planet, becoming New Zealand’s first net zero energy school.

New Zealand school stories

New Zealand school stories

Schools talk about their experiences planning new learning environments.

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “​Collaborate to develop an inclusive ILE”:

Return to the guide “Planning innovative learning environments (ILEs)”

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