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Visioning and responding

School improvement is a dynamic process which requires the intentional planning, implementation and evaluation of action.

In developing a culture of school improvement and enhancing performance, each school is required to plan and take action around two major drivers, visioning and responding.

These two key actions of school improvement shape and are shaped by the key belief statements of the school community:

  • Identity Statement, Vision Statement and Graduate Outcomes
  • strategic directions (School Improvement Plan)
  • school mission (Annual Action Plan).


Foundational work

This foundational work engages the whole school community in a number of activities which themselves build ongoing cycles of reflection and growth. These include:

  • professional learning
  • policy development
  • development of agreed practice
  • school review.

Further information about each of these is included in the school review section.

This work is complex. When it is successful it can build self-renewing schools; passionate and professional learning communities and engaged learners.