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Last updated on 7 November 2019
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Raising attainment plans (RAPs) are tactical, short-term plans to help schools raise standards. Learn how they work, who's involved, and how it differs from a school improvement plan. You can also see examples of RAPs from schools.

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Contents

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

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