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Planning & IPS. An overview and timeline. Timeline. Term 1: 19 th April Annual Report Business Plan Operational Plan Performance Agreement. 2011 Term 1 Planning. Link and Align 3 Year Business Plan 2011 – 2013 1 Year Operational Plan

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Planning ips

Planning & IPS

An overview and timeline



Term 1: 19th April

Annual Report

Business Plan

Operational Plan

Performance Agreement

2011 term 1 planning
2011 Term 1 Planning

Link and Align

3 Year Business Plan 2011 – 2013

1 Year Operational Plan

Delivery and Performance Agreement between School and DG

Clear Improvement targets (students achievement) and milestones (school operations)

Target linked Performance Management

Aspiration ismart target milestone setting february
Aspiration ISMART Target / Milestone Setting – February

All staff address the following questions in their reflection:

  • • What exceptions, trends or patterns are being demonstrated over time?

  • • Are the needs of all our students identified and planned for? (This may include students clustered at strategic points in relation to MSE benchmarks or achievement targets, males, females, Indigenous students, Deaf, ATP, those at the margins of levels or grades.)

  • • What differences have our interventions made to students’ achievements?

  • • Have we achieved our targets for student improvement or program implementation?

  • • Where are the strengths and weaknesses in our performance?

  • • What needs to be embedded and sustained to improve achievement?

  • • Is there an alignment between self assessment, planning and performance management and the allocation of resources?

  • • To what extent does the DoE Focus and current school improvement plan translate into our College context?

Doe focus plan 2011
DoE Focus Plan 2011

Promote collaborative approaches to learning, teaching and assessment.

Establish clear standards of achievement and set challenging, realistic targets for students & Use data efficiently to accurately assess performance and plan for improvement.

Improve literacy achievement of students (writing, grammar, punctuation) & Intervene early with tailored programs to support students at risk in literacy, numeracy and science.

Implement an effective whole-school behaviour management approach. Provide targeted support for newly appointed teachers.

Use school accountability processes to generate public confidence.

School improvement plan current
School Improvement plan - Current

  • Context

  • Vision

  • Values

  • Mission Statement

  • Links to DoE

What we need
What we need

  • College Priorities linked to strategies

  • College Priorities Linked to Targets & Milestones (KPI) eg By 2013 we will have:

2011 2013 focus priorities

  • 1. Quality Teaching – support for staff through professional development, mentoring, quality feedback and shared strategies

  • 2. Curriculum Differentiation – Catering for all students

3. Preparing for Curriculum Change - Is this easy to set targets for and do we control this?

Priority discussion
Priority Discussion

Community: Educational Partnerships – Establish and maintain partnerships that enhance the delivery of our educational programs and support to our students

Educational partnerships
Educational Partnerships?

  • Expand opportunities for student and staff engagement in programs that enhance understanding in global issues and exchange of global ideas

  • Extend overseas exchange and college / school partnerships

  • Enhance formal alliances with UWA, other universities, local businesses, industry and community

  • Enhance learning through strategic alliances with our community

  • Establish an alumni to maintain educational partnerships with former students

Preconditions for success 2011
Preconditions for success 2011

  • Extend shared leadership at all levels

  • Maintain high levels of expectation

  • Ensuring an orderly, supportive learning environment

  • Articulate Clear targets and priorities

  • Information that drives improvement

  • A on – going pride in the school and public education.

  • Care for our staff and students