Wellbeing in International Schools

POSTED: September 21, 2021Category: COVID-19BY: AISA Admin

ISC Research spent the past few months researching the impact of the pandemic on the wellbeing of students and staff in international schools. The research sheds light on ways that the wellbeing of the entire school community has been affected. Whilst student wellbeing remained a priority, leaders also had to acknowledge the need to improve support for their teachers, administrators and parents.
ISC Research worked in partnership with International Educational Psychology Services Ltd (IEPS) to include within the report, practical solutions to support whole-school wellbeing initiatives.

Find the report here.

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