This article seeks to outline the challenges faced

in developing and implementing the Teaching

Christianly Framework to an established, elite

Sydney independent school. The success of its

implementation has relied on strong strategic

alignment to the school’s mission and vision as

well as building capacity with mid-career staff

to work with Heads of Department who tend

to be gatekeepers of change. Evidence based

research and academic partnerships have

allowed the project to be sustained and gain

momentum throughout the process.

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