School growth strategies must first be well thought out before implementation. School growth is usually visible, such that in all ramifications, everyone can reckon with it. – Mrs. Omolara, Edves catalyst 2017.

As an educator, you think about growth first before implementing it. Starting with the students, the comportment of your teachers, and communication in the environment. School growth can be likened to a pregnant woman that need not go any extra mile to prove she is pregnant, it just shows.

For an educator, school growth should not be measured by the number of pupils in a class, but by the strategies and values you hold in high esteem, which by projection can accelerate the school towards the right direction.

Most Parents making inquiries at a school have one thing in common; they want the very best for their child(ren).  They believe that their child is unique and special and they want a school that will appreciate and accept him/ her as an individual and be able to nurture that child so that they can become the best. 

An educator must therefore, frequently implement quality trainings that will groom the staff, either professionally or otherwise in order for them to be more effective at performing this task of nurturing students. This is the secret to continuous growth.

Also, you can set a goal for your school. Recognize the peculiarity of your school and set up plans that will help you achieve already set goals to improve your school and its environment.

Lastly, constantly engaging the Parents shows that you appreciate, accept and support them and you would have won their trust. 

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