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Linking the school improvement plan to the budget

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Last updated on 16 June 2017
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How can we align whole-school targets with the budget? We look at guidance from the Education and Skills Funding Agency, the National College and local authorities on linking the school improvement plan (SIP) and the budget. We also look at how schools have linked their budgets and their SIP.

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Contents

  1. 1 Budget should reflect priorities
  2. 2 Demonstrating the link
  3. 3 Questions to address
  4. 4 Examples of approaches from schools
  5. 5 Example of a linked SIP and budget

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