Schools engage in all aspects of the School Excellence cycle. This includes developing a Strategic Improvement Plan (SIP) in consultation with their community. The SIP has up to 3 strategic directions and associated improvement measures which form the basis of each planning cycle.
One of these strategic directions will be ‘Student growth and attainment’ for all schools. The remaining strategic directions are chosen by each school to reflect and respond to their unique context.
Improvement measures should include system-negotiated targets for student growth and attainment and references to effective classroom practices. The Strategic Improvement Plan (SIP) is approved by the Director, Educational Leadership and published on the school’s website by the end of Term 1 at the commencement of a planning cycle. The Strategic Improvement Plan (SIP) is also required as a state archive.
Co-create and engage in a wider range of deep and purposeful learning experiences that enable students to develop skills, competencies and attitudes for learning success that have an impact in the local and global community.
Use the knowledge and skills for strong relationships, positive wellbeing and positive behaviour to promote human dignity, learning success for all and an inclusive and connected community.
Develop and express a contemporary sense of the sacredness of self, others and our world by encountering our faith tradition in everyday experiences inspiring all to act as people of justice and peace.