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School Improvement and Accountability


Policy

1 Policy Statement

Every school is required to seek continual improvement and account for its performance by undertaking self-assessment, planning for improvement, reporting on performance and progress and participating in, and acting on, review processes.

Policy

Principals are accountable to the Director Schools for the performance of their school and teachers are accountable to the principal for the progress of their students.

Principals, in collaboration with school staff are required to undertake self-assessment that results in judgements about the standards of student achievement and the effectiveness of school processes in maximising student achievement.

Principals, in collaboration with school staff are required to undertake school planning processes that include the development of a School Plan, operational planning and classroom planning.

Principals, in collaboration with school staff are required to publish annually a School Report that describes the school's performance and report on legislative and designated policy and program requirements.

Principals, in collaboration with school staff are required to participate in and actively respond to school review processes including Standards Reviews and, as required, reviews conducted by the Expert Review Group.


School Improvement and Accountability
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