How to deliver school improvement across your trust

The improvement needs of each school are unique, but the process for delivering school improvement support is transferable across trusts. Read on to find out how to get this process right.

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  1. Gather evidence of each school's needs
  2. Deploy senior staff effectively
  3. Allocate time for executive leaders

Our associate education experts, Mark Trusson and Tiffany Beck, helped us write this article. Mark is a school improvement partner and former MAT director, and Tiffany is chair of trustees on a MAT board.

Gather evidence of each school's needs

Collect a range of evidence to determine the level of support each school requires, including:

The level of support also needs

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