This article is for you if you're creating a general subject action plan. Before you start, you should identify the strengths and weaknesses of your subject – find out how to do this in our other article, which includes a SEF checklist.
For advice and guidance on developing or updating a subject action plan in response to an Ofsted inspection, see our article on post-inspection action plans.
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It has space for you to record:
- The context of your department, including its strengths and weaknesses – if you're a subject leader, work with your head of department here
- Your long-term plan over 2 to 3 years
- Your priorities for the year
- Each priority in detail, including targets, actions to take, resources, success criteria, how it will be monitored, and a RAG rating
Use the following sample action plan to give you an idea of how you might fill