Stronger Smarter:  High Expectations Relationships at Briar Road Public School

Biripi Principal Tammy Anderson completed her Stronger Smarter Leadership Program in 2012, a deputy principal at the time, she says completing it gave her the confidence to successfully apply for her current position the following year when she was appointed in 2013.


Stronger Smarter Approach:  Indigenous education is core business

Rebecca Challenor completed her Leadership Program in 2017 in Western Sydney.  She says all students need to know about Indigenous Australians.


How the Stronger Smarter Approach works in schools with high cultural diversity at Fairfield Public School

David Smith attended the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program in 2017 in Western Sydney.  He tells us how it helps him in his school with 98% students of Non-English Speaking Background.


Stronger Smarter: What is a High Expectations Relationship – Dalby SHS

“High Expectations Relationships are the relationships that we build with each other that enable the absolute best.”


Stronger Smarter: High Expectations Relationships in Yarrabah

“At the Stronger Smarter Institute we’ve developed our philosophy and programs over a number of years, while building a great network of schools across the country. The success of our programs is based on a core belief in the capacity of parents, staff, students, and community to achieve their goals by being the best that they can be. And for all of us, being the best that we can be means looking at the expectations of ourselves and of those around us.”


Stronger Smarter: What do High Expectations Relationships mean to you?

We asked some of our Stronger Smarter alumni what High Expectations Relationships mean in their schools.