Strategic Plan Parent PresentationPresentation Transcript
Titirangi Board of Trustees’ Strategic Plan Parent Presentation
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!
Aims of this presentation
Share progress to date
BoT Brainstorming & goalsetting Way back when… Senior management Parents & broader community Staff Final plan Ministry of Ed
Strategic Plan Property/Maintenance Plan Management/B.o.T Annual Plan Curriculum & Assessment Annual Plan M.o.E Reporting & Planning Document
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
Goal 1 Continue to develop and enhance student achievement
Set Challenging Targets for the continuing improvement of core curriculum achievement for all students
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Develop a comprehensive & relevant teaching programme. Provide resourcing for targeted staff professional development. E-Learning related to Policy Policy
Develop a comprehensive purchase programme. Align purchase programme with student needs and teacher professional development. I.C.T related to Policy Policy
Continue to develop &
enhance student achievement
Review ways of delivering an
enhanced & broad based
reflective of the community
Ideas being considered as part of our enhanced & broad based non-core curriculum
Musical Instrument Tuition
Band / Choir
Web Page Design
Art and Crafts
Design / Technology
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.
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
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
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
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
Future Problem Solving
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
(Time frames to be confirmed)
Top Car Park – increase useable play area for children
Heating – replacement of boiler
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)
(Community – Parents, Trusts e.g. Portage)
Funding Sources for Property
Students who are positive, supportive, balanced in life, competitive, driven and thriving with the challenge.
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.
Children who know and value their own and other’s cultures and who maintain an active awareness of issues of environment and sustainability.
Children who have a strong sense of direction, and the ability to communicate effectively and engage confidently with others.
Creative knowledge seekers with a discerning drive to learn, question and form own opinions with good work ethics.
Children who are resilient, able to encompass change and are critical and reflective users of digital tools, to build knowledge and enrich their lives.
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Hard copies of the presentation and feedback form are available at the office.
Final plan to be drafted
Senior Management Team
Submission to MoE
However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results . Sir Winston Churchill