The North Beach Strategic Plan 2012–2015 is structured on the School Improvement and Accountability Framework Conceptual Model. We believe this model is in alignment with our core beliefs and we have based our Business Plan using this scaffold.
The conceptual model that underpins the School Improvement and Accountability Framework has five components.
Successful students are at the core of school improvement and accountability with all other components connected to and focused on the standards of student achievement.
The school improvement cycle, where schools assess their performance, plan for improvement and act on their plans, is a continuous process that is central to effective school improvement and accountability.
School operations include both pre-requisites for successful students – teaching and learning environment; and enablers of successful students – resources, leadership and relationships.
Arising from these components, schools report at particular points in time about their performance. Schools also participate in school review processes that evaluate school effectiveness and provide feedback on how schools might improve their performance.
The yellow indicates the prerequisites for successful students while the green notes the enablers of successful students.