As a large public education system, we have the opportunity to drive real progress by delivering greater support and resources so that all students benefit from the very best teaching and learning our schools have to offer.
The School Success Model is a whole-system, evidence-led reform program that aims to strengthen shared accountability across the system by putting in place clearer targets for school improvement, lifting capability through the design of new system support and sharing best practice across the system.
There are three key objectives:
- developing quality-assured, evidence-led support around the needs of each school and their students to lift attendance, achievement and wellbeing
- sharing accountability for student improvement by putting in place clearer targets, lifting capability and sharing what works best
- freeing up more time for teachers, principals and school staff to spend on activities that improve student outcomes around teaching, learning and leading.