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School improvement plan (SIP): monitoring the impact

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Last updated on 15 November 2016
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How can we check that actions in the school improvement plan (SIP) are raising pupil achievement? We look at Ofsted guidance on how outstanding governing bodies have monitored progress towards targets. We also highlight systems used by four governing bodies to monitor the impact of the SIP.

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Contents

  1. 1 Monitoring progress towards targets: Ofsted guidance
  2. 2 Monitoring progress towards targets: using performance data
  3. 3 Governors’ monitoring of school improvement plans: examples
  4. 4 Effective monitoring: guidance and case studies

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