Happy, resilient independent learners thrive when they collaborate with peers and teachers who facilitate their learning. Good schools have leaders who can create this culture of learning across all aspects of a school.   

So how does a school leader know all students are learning? And how do leaders know that they are enabling all students to thrive? 

The school self-review is a leadership tool that enables leaders, teachers, parents and students to listen to each other’s evidence of ‘what good looks like’ and how well it matches the culture of their school. 

Adhyayan brings this reflective practice of self-review to schools and school leaders. Currently, we are a community of about 500 school leaders. We talk together about the idea of how to make learning more engaging for the students through collaborative spaces. 

We want to grow this community to create a nation-wide network of resilient and collaborative school leaders, so that every child gets access to a ‘school without boxes’. 

Our Programmes

Adhyayan Collaborative School Review Programme

A multi-stakeholder team uses the Adhyayan Quality Standard framework as a guide. It reviews the 6 key performance areas through the lens of quality to make accurate judgements of their school’s performance in advance of creating its action plan. The school’s improvement journey is captured by the annual self-review.

Click here to know more

Adhyayan School Improvement Support and Training

ASIST programmes not only addresses all strengths and gaps assessed through the school review but, programmes offered under the Adhyayan EduSeries have been curated for school leaders and teachers who are at ‘Virtual Crossroads’ to be able to create a conducive online learning environment, adopt tech tools and adapt teaching practices in the new normal.

Click here to know more

The Assessor Programme

The Adhyayan Assessor Programme (TAP) is a certification programme that facilitates the professional development of educators to become accredited Adhyayan Assessors of schools (K-12) across spectrum of schools.

Click here to know more