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Raising attainment plans

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Last updated on 19 July 2017
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What is a raising attainment plan (RAP)? We explain that RAPs are tactical, short-term plans to help schools raise standards. We link to archived guidance about RAPs and to examples from schools.

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  1. 1 Purpose of a RAP
  2. 2 Differences between RAPs and SIPs
  3. 3 Stakeholder involvement
  4. 4 Success criteria
  5. 5 Sharing progress with the whole school community
  6. 6 Examples 
  7. 7 CPD Toolkit from The Key

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