School Development Program
Overcrowded classrooms, poor facilities, low morale, under trained teachers, lack of visionary leadership, and strained relationships between parents and staff all contribute to the low quality of education in many Rwandan schools.
School Development is an innovative approach to school improvement crafted in response to the needs of the Rwandan education sector. Our training team walks alongside entire school communities—school leaders, teachers, parents, and children—to bring sustainable transformation and measurable results.
Wellspring is currently working is 41 Rwandan public schools in Gasabo district, impacting over 50,000 children. We are improving school quality and teacher motivation through training in servant leadership, peace and reconciliation, quality education, worldview, parenting, and the integration of values into the curriculum.
We have already seen school communities make significant progress, including improved parent-teacher collaboration, decreased absenteeism, increased active participation, greater care for students, and higher motivation among teachers and students.
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WSDP Core Modules
- Personal Development Workshops (World Vision)
Focus: the heart of the person (peace and reconciliation)
- Servant Leadership
Focus: leadership which puts others first and develops effective empowered individuals and communities
- Identifying Worldviews
Focus: identifying the foundation of thinking for teaching and learning
- Integrating values into the Rwanda National Curriculum
Focus: relating all learning to the values of unity, uniqueness, service and stewardship
- Quality Education- A Way of Thinking
Focus: developing effective continuous improvement practice for teachers
- Quality Education- A Way of Thinking for Head teachers and District Inspectors
Focus: supporting head teachers and inspectors to develop teachers in effective continuous improvement practice
- Parenting and Education
Focus: role of the parent/guardian in supporting education of the whole child