The Trust’s school improvement strategy is based on a number of key principles, which reflect the three strategic questions, identified by the National Schools’ Commissioner, for which our leaders need to be held to account (DfE, March 2017):
As a Trust, we aim to build a strong culture of leadership, enabling us to:
From principle to practice:
The strategies below illustrate how we currently aim to deliver effective school improvement based on these principles.
We regularly evaluate how successful we have been – our aim is to learn both from our own experience and “the system”, to ensure that our own processes continually improve.
Our core aims as a Trust are therefore:
Our team of professionals in the School Improvement Team will work with a wider team of Subject Specialists and the Workforce Development team to support colleagues in schools.
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