Planning and reporting help us meet the needs of our community, improve the quality of teaching and enhance outcomes for all of our students.
Strategic Improvement Plan
We have developed a Strategic Improvement Plan (SIP) in consultation with our community, identifying student outcomes and connected to a budget.
The School Excellence Framework (SEF) underpins our school planning and reporting approach. The framework provides a clear description of the key elements of high-quality practice across learning, teaching and leading.
The SIP is a working document that details the steps our school will take to improve learning outcomes, and the achievement and growth of all students. To ensure continuous improvement, the SIP reflects where our school is at and how it will further improve learning, teaching and leading.
It demonstrates our alignment and our commitment to excellence as part of public education in NSW to ensure a profound difference to the ongoing growth and development of our students.
Over the past term and a half, the school has been developing the net stage of its school plan to 2021 - 2024 School Improvement plan. The first part of this is a situational analysis which looks, inward outward and forward at data, evidence-based research and viewpoints in order to determine where to next with a set of new strategic directions.
The new 2021 - 2024 School Improvement Plan follows the School Excellence Policy which lays out the policy behind schools creating and managing their School Improvement Plan.
As part of the situational analysis, the school is consulting with their community. On Tuesday 24 November, the school held a Webinar which was held via Zoom. The video recording of this webinar is available below.
The 2021 - 2024 School Improvement Plan Community Consultation presentation is included below.
School annual report
The annual report provides an account of our operations and achievements throughout the year. It is the result of rigorous self-assessment by staff, parents and carers, as well as student leaders.
Download our annual reports for a detailed account of:
the progress we have made to provide high-quality educational opportunities for every child as set out in the school plan
the impact of our strategies for improved learning
the benefit to all students from resources including equity funding
our operations and achievements throughout the year.
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