A SCHOOL FOR TOMORROW

About Us

About-Us

a School for tomorrow. is a global educational network that supports students, educators, and school leaders to thrive in a new world environment.

a School for tomorrow. helps its students, teachers, and school leaders to build the character, competencies and wellness that allows them to make progress on a pathway to excellence that gives them the adaptive expertise and self-efficacy required for them to thrive in a world that needs them to:

  • Have the integrity to lead meaningful lives as good people.
  • Have the ability to manage complexity with authenticity as future builders.
  • Grow and transform themselves as continuous learners and unlearners.
  • Provide sustainable direction to the world as solution architects.
  • Balance the local, the regional, and the global with perspective as responsible citizens.
  • Work well in relationship with others, to bring success and fulfilment for all of us as team creators.

There are typically five qualities that can be identified in how a School for tomorrow. goes about working out what to do and how to do it:

  • Future-focused: are decisions emerging from an inclination to move forward to meet the needs of the future?
  • Character-rich: are decision-makers considering the ways in which any and all decisions both model and promote the desired 21C character, competency and wellness for students and other members of the school community?
  • Action-oriented: are stakeholders committed to taking both the initiative to act and ensuring concrete actions to improving outcomes (especially student outcomes)?
  • Inclusive and empowering: do decision-makers look to make decisions in the best interest of the voice, agency, and wellbeing of “every” and “each” stakeholder and particularly the students – in other words, is there an emphasis on generating successful experiences and outcomes for individuals on personalised pathways as well as serving the needs and culture of the institution as a whole?
  • Reflective inquiry: do decision-makers habitually ask searching and meaningful questions while moving through one of a number of well-rehearsed and considered multi-stage process that asks them to contemplate context, balance the best of external research with internal evidence of impact, generate a range of options, and select the best available course of action to achieve the task at hand?