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‘A school development plan is a document that outlines the goals, strategies, and actions a school will take to improve and enhance the learning experiences of its students. It is a comprehensive and long-term plan that guides the school’s decision-making and resource allocation to support student achievement and success.

Here is an example of a school development plan:

I. Introduction

  • Purpose of the plan
  • Goals and objectives of the plan
  • Scope and focus of the plan
  • Stakeholders and their roles in the plan

II. Current Situation

  • Overview of the school and its context (e.g. location, demographics, resources)
  • Strengths and challenges of the school
  • Key data and evidence on student achievement and well-being

III. Priorities and Goals

  • Priority areas for improvement (e.g. academic achievement, student engagement, school culture)
  • SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-bound) for each priority area

IV. Strategies and Actions

  • Strategies to address each priority area
  • Specific actions and activities to support the strategies
  • Timelines and resources required for each action

V. Evaluation and Review

  • Measures and data to track progress and impact
  • Processes for regular review and adjustment of the plan
  • Responsibilities and accountability for implementation

VI. Conclusion

  • Summary of the plan and its key elements
  • Next steps and future considerations for the plan.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need further guidance.