SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Starting a new school
CCE's School Development Team has experience in developing and managing new schools from the very outset. We have developed 5 stages and 19 steps process to develop the school in a creative way using Finnish and localized country-specific curriculum.
We can advise on:
Internal and external technical requirements
Resource and Equipment
Prep schools who wish to expand to an all-through school
Do you have an aspect of a new school build which you want advice on?
For Existing Schools
CCE Finland Oy provides all levels of support for schools leading up to their audit, observations, and preparations for global networks and collaborations.
Providing organizational structure, project planning, and development
Assisting with Governance and management, staffing and financial structures; growth plans and projections:
Giving advice on management structure, management/leadership style, financial management/control; P&L accounts, management accounts/budgets
Helping your school develop a strategic development or business plan and advising on school/departmental reviews
CCE Observation Portals-coming soon
CCE is pleased to help in all aspects of school improvement and management issues.
Why CCE Finland?
CCE is an international, cooperative, research-based organization established to promote, educate and invent in creative pedagogy.
We operate in the fields of pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher secondary education system reform, quality assessment, performance development, professional development and teacher training, as well as supporting innovations in vocational and higher education. Our goal is to bring creativity in routine education which will help the students to learn on their own and increase their curiosity, creativity and consistency.
CCE has earned its reputation of being the premier schools' consultancy with educational development programs across 12 countries. We offer a wide spectrum of services designed to give school management, administration, teachers and parents a sense of direction, as well as assisting the schools to make informed choices for their children’s future.