ALL IT TAKES IS THREE YEARS!
“As a daily leader in the school system over many years – I have for the first time experience there has been a tool that works holistic and including in proportion to the school reform. The PAF Concept has shown it works in the classroom with a small effort A simple and so efficient tool that conveniently will be very useful for our daily life at the school. We work on this tool to be fully integrated for everyone that’s a part of this school – Employees, students and parents. The recent years the pressure on the employees have grown and because of this simple tool, that can be integrated by a simple method – I see big opportunities for a positive development of the school in Denmark.”
THE CONCEPT IS IMPLEMENTED OVER A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS!
The period contains and covers training as well as development of all areas and levels in the school system:
management, teachers, students and the parents.
In the first year, two employees will be trained to become PAF supervisors.
This includes training in the systemic method and PAF exercises to be used in the classroom.
In this period, the PAF supervisors will slowly commence to introduce the PAF culture in the classroom,
their colleagues and the students parents.
We develop the children on a deeper level when we work with the PAF-Exercises in the classrooms. Everyone becomes aware of what it takes to create a class environment with mutual respect and acknowledgment to yourself and others.
The students and staff-members develop their own common language where trust to the community is in focus and where everyone is aware of their own resources and potentials.
When we care about each other and have an acceptance and understanding of others, people feel that they belong and that others see them for who they are and where they come from.
When the PAF-Exercises becomes integrated in the daily life of the school, a longterm, lasting effect and change in the culture appears.
The entire staff is being introduced to PAF and the culture, so everyone has the same goal and intention of PAF. From there, they can develop the community in the classrooms to become a community with strong students who believe in themselves and know themselves on a deeper level.
See the video below where Siri-Anne talks about her PAF experiences.