SALLY RYDER HOGAN
In schools that excel, the school culture is strongly focused on learning, the building of educational aspiration and ongoing performance improvement throughout the school community.
- Progress in learning and achievement is identified and acknowledged. The aspirations and expectations of students and parents are known and inform planning for learning.
- There is demonstrated commitment within the school community that all students make learning progress.Partnerships with parents and students support clear improvement aims and planning for learning.
- The whole school community demonstrates aspirational expectations of learning progress and achievement for all students, and is committed to the pursuit of excellence.Effective partnerships in learning with parents and students mean students are motivated to deliver their best and continually improve.