Informed by evidence and school planning
The model uses evidence from different aspects of school performance and planning to direct and tailor support more effectively. The School Success Model review processes take into consideration a range of school and system data to identify the right level and type of support for schools.
The types of data that the model uses include:
- school planning and self-assessment data
- other local school data shared by the school executive team, for instance, staff surveys or formative assessments
- system available data such as NAPLAN or check-in assessment results.
Schools where improvement outcomes are more challenging to obtain, will receive strengthened support and guidance.
All schools have access to evidence-based resources designed to lift improvement in priority areas for the system. All universal resources made available to schools are of high quality and designed to meet the needs of NSW public schools. A new quality assurance process has been established to govern and strengthen the publication of resources published on the Universal Resources Hub.