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The Journey to Excellence package Part 1: The concept of excellence and the 10 dimensions Part 2: Examples of each dimension Part 3: How good is our school? and The Child at the Centre Part 4: Planning for Excellence Part 5: Journeys to Excellence
Part 4 Planning for Excellence
Existing strengths Well-established cycles Direct links to outcomes for learners Bringing together external expectations and needs of learners Professional reflection and teamwork Involvement of school community
Essential elements of an improvement plan
Clearly stated and aspirational vision and values
Developed by and shared with the whole school community
A small number of improvement priorities
Emphasis on action not bureaucracy
Outcomes which focus on learning and achievement
Clearly identified responsibilities linked to named individuals and / or teams
Clear timescales with milestones and deadlines
Relevant measures of success Self delusion SELF EVALUATION OR SELF DELUSION?
Effective planning: is based on the evidence of ongoing self- evaluation (JTE Part 3 – HGIOS3, TCAC) builds on identified strengths emphasises action not bureaucracy focuses on delivery and impact involves the whole school community is flexible and responsive (www.journeytoexcellence.org.uk)
Successful Plans are high level have a small number of key priorities reflect the schools own context present improvement priorities as outcomes for learners impact directly on learners
The Journey to Excellence journeytoexcellence.org.uk hmie.org.uk ltscotland.org.uk email@example.com S.Fulton@LTScotland.org.uk
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