In-boarding focusses on a students journey from the first day, their retention past the first 100 days, until the day they graduate.

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  • Boarding Facility Design
  • Boarding School-Community Partnerships
  • Closing the Gap
  • Cultural Competence
  • Cultural Identity
  • Cultural Standards
  • Employment
  • Enrolment
  • Family Community Engagement
  • First 100 Days
  • Fund Raising (inc Philanthropy)
  • Governance
  • Graduations
  • Health & Well-Being
  • Home Sickness
  • Indigenous Boarding Awards
  • Leadership
  • Orientation
  • Partnerships
  • Preparing parents for boarding
  • Preparing students for boarding
  • Racism
  • Relationships
  • Remote Education
  • Reports
  • Scholarships
  • Social Emotional Well-Being
  • Staff Training Resources
  • Student Retention
  • Student Supervision Resources
  • Student Travel
  • Student Voice
  • Transitions into school
  • Trauma
  • early exits

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In-boarding describes the period of time that a student is attending boarding school. Each moment on a student’s journey in boarding is important and can influence if they keep coming back to school. In-boarding includes the first day a student attends class right up until the day they leave.

In-boarding topics may include advice on cultural safety, homesickness, suspensions and exclusions, addressing student health and wellbeing, connections and family support, student aspirations and even the impact of good food on student learning.

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