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Developing academic resilience in school

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Last updated on 27 June 2017
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How can we develop academic resilience among pupils? We explain what academic resilience is and schools’ role in promoting it. This article also looks at how to identify and support pupils at risk of low wellbeing and strategies schools can use to promote resilience among individuals and all pupils.

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Contents

  1. 1 What is academic resilience?
  2. 2 Schools' role
  3. 3 Supporting individual pupils
  4. 4 A whole-school approach
  5. 5 Resilience in the curriculum

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