School Improvement Plan
Data that informed The Friends’ School Improvement Plan were gathered from a wide range of sources, including the Council of International Schools Survey, National School Improvement Tool, Friends’ School staff Annual Reflection and Planning processes, and contributions from all staff to a list of Strengths and Wishes for the School.
The dominant themes from those sources informed this Plan, and provided a clear guide to establishing priorities and goals.
Aims for the School Improvement Plan
These four high-level Aims are supported by defined goals, which can be viewed by ‘hovering’ over each Aim.
Shared Responsibility for Leadership
Accountable to our Purpose and Concerns
Each year the School will identify a majority priority from the School Improvement Plan. This year, the selected priority is ‘Enhanced student wellbeing through shared responsibility for pastoral care and learning’.
Action plans to assess progress will include identified evidence of success and methods of gathering feedback from staff, students and the wider community.