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  • 1. Titirangi Board of Trustees’ Strategic Plan Parent Presentation
  • 2. What are we here for ?
    • Education Act 1989
    • Section 61 - School Charter
    • (1) Every Board must, for each school it administers, prepare and maintain a school charter.
    • (3) A school charter must contain the following sections:
    • (b) a long term strategic planning section that—
    • (i) establishes the Board’s aims and purposes;
    • and (ii) establishes for the next 3 to 5 years the Board’s aims, objectives, directions, and priorities for intended student outcomes, the school’s performance, and use of resources.
    What we are REALLY here for!
  • 3. Aims of this presentation
    • Explain process
    • Share progress to date
    • Feedback
  • 4. BoT Brainstorming & goalsetting Way back when… Senior management Parents & broader community Staff Final plan Ministry of Ed
  • 5. Strategic Plan Property/Maintenance Plan Management/B.o.T Annual Plan Curriculum & Assessment Annual Plan M.o.E Reporting & Planning Document
  • 6. Strategic Plan 3 to 5 Years Curriculum Documentation & Self Review Personnel Property Finance Health & Safety Community Annual Plan Annual Budget Annual Property Plan Capital Expenditure Management Accounts Curriculum Accounts Property Accounts Annual Curriculum Plan Professional Development Student Achievement Targets 10 Year Property Plan
  • 7. Goal 1 Continue to develop and enhance student achievement
    • Set Challenging Targets for the continuing improvement of core curriculum achievement for all students
  • 8. Spelling Special Needs G.a.T.E Mathematics Reading E-Learning I.C.T Written Language related to Policy Board of Trustees related to Teaching Practice School Management & Staff related to Resourcing School Management & Staff Community Forum Policy Home/School Communication
  • 9. Enhance our “three-way” communication between; home, school & students Home/School Communication Develop a Parent Information programme that provides parents with a greater understanding of how to support their child related to Policy Policy
  • 10. Written Language Ensure that students are consistently achieving at the highest levels. Develop a benchmark of what success looks like at Titirangi in relation to the National Curriculum and other similar profiled schools. related to Policy Policy
  • 11. Ensure that students are consistently achieving above the National Curriculum levels Mathematics Ensure there are adequate funds to purchase age appropriate resources across the school. Allocate appropriate resources – both fiscal & human, to further develop opportunities for “identified” student groups. related to Policy Policy
  • 12. Ensure that students are consistently achieving above the National Curriculum levels Refine the school’s approach to the teaching of Reading. Ensure there are adequate funds to purchase age & gender appropriate resources across the school. Reading related to Policy Policy
  • 13. Ensure that students are consistently achieving above the National Curriculum levels Further develop a consistent, schoolwide approach to the teaching of Spelling. Spelling related to Policy Policy
  • 14. Refine our current policy and procedures so as to further develop the current Gifted & Talented Programme Develop a dedicated teaching space for the G.a.T.E Programme G.a.T.E Refine our current policy and procedures. related to Policy Policy
  • 15. Ensure that there are adequate resources both fiscal & human to provide early interventions. Develop a dedicated teaching space for the Special Needs Programme Special Needs related to Policy Policy
  • 16. Develop a comprehensive & relevant teaching programme. Provide resourcing for targeted staff professional development. E-Learning related to Policy Policy
  • 17. Develop a comprehensive purchase programme. Align purchase programme with student needs and teacher professional development. I.C.T related to Policy Policy
  • 18.
    • Goal 1:
    • Continue to develop &
    • enhance student achievement
    • Review ways of delivering an
    • enhanced & broad based
    • non-core curriculum
    • reflective of the community
    • we serve
  • 19. Ideas being considered as part of our enhanced & broad based non-core curriculum
    • Visual Arts
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • Musical Instrument Tuition
    • Band / Choir
    • Web Page Design
    • Art and Crafts
    • Science Workshops
    • Creative Writing
    • Design / Technology
    • Foreign Languages
    • Sports
    • Cultural Groups
    • Enviro-Club
  • 20.
    • Influencing Factors….
    • The delivery of some options is linked closely to the development of the property plan in order to provide the appropriate teaching spaces.
    • Time allocation in an already busy / loaded curriculum.
    • Personnel with specific expertise.
  • 21. Goal 2- ‘To develop a high quality professional, social and physical environment to enhance learning opportunities for all’
    • Board of Trustees and Senior Management Team
    • Personnel
    • Staff Professional Development – well resourced and aligned with the curriculum and the school’s strategic priorities
    • Recruitment and promotion – appoint for ‘fit’
    • Provide opportunity and recognition for staff to take on special and strategic responsibilities
    • Curriculum & Teaching
    • Implementation of new National Curriculum – Key Competencies
    • Use of reliable assessment data to align teaching programmes with student needs
    • Curriculum enrichment and use of specialised teacher expertise
    • IT – uses as a learning tool and to develop school / community partnership
  • 22. Senior Management and Staff
    • School Communication protocols– internal and external
    • Plan & budget for flexible provision of resources to support special events/programmes identified in the strategic plan
    • Develop annual plans to implement strategic goals that are consistent with good change management practice
    • Managing for quality relationships - staff and students
  • 23.  
  • 24.
    • Short Term needs (next 18 months)
    • Classroom space to accommodate new Year 1 student/teacher ratios
    • 2008 – 2 classrooms
    • 2009 – 1 further classroom
    • Classroom space for Special Programmes
    • Learning support
    • GATE
    • Future Problem Solving
    Property 1
  • 25.
    • Medium Term needs (2 years)
    • Teacher Workspaces – Classroom Release Time
    • Spaces to deliver proposed Curriculum Enrichment Programmes
    • Longer Term (3 – 5 years)
    • Library – sound proofing – isolate from the hall
    • Hall - re-orient – create staging and storage - extend floor space
    • - roof lay-out to gain height
    Property 2
  • 26.
    • Grounds
    • (Time frames to be confirmed)
    • Senior Playground
    • Top Car Park – increase useable play area for children
    • Shaded Areas
    • Heating – replacement of boiler
    Property 3
  • 27.
    • 1:18 ‘Teaching Spaces’
    • (Ministry of Education)
    • 5 Year Agreement capital upgrade fund
    • (Ministry of Education)
    • Savings from Annual Operations Grant
    • (Ministry and Board of Trustees)
    • Fundraising
    • (Community – Parents, Trusts e.g. Portage)
    Funding Sources for Property
  • 28. Students who are positive, supportive, balanced in life, competitive, driven and thriving with the challenge.
  • 29. Life long learners with the ability to choose the right tools to be successful. Creative knowledge seekers with good work ethics and a discerning drive to learn, question and form own opinions.
  • 30. Children who know and value their own and other’s cultures and who maintain an active awareness of issues of environment and sustainability.
  • 31. Children who have a strong sense of direction, and the ability to communicate effectively and engage confidently with others.
  • 32. Creative knowledge seekers with a discerning drive to learn, question and form own opinions with good work ethics.
  • 33. Children who are resilient, able to encompass change and are critical and reflective users of digital tools, to build knowledge and enrich their lives.
  • 34.
    • Feedback
      • Email – [email_address]
      • Hard copies of the presentation and feedback form are available at the office.
    • Final plan to be drafted
      • BoT
      • Senior Management Team
    • Submission to MoE
    What’s next?
  • 35. However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results . Sir Winston Churchill