Tracking progress against school improvement targets
Understand how you can track progress against targets in your school improvement plan (SIP), and download our template to save you time.
Download our template
- A blank table to fill in with your own specific SIP target and relevant information
- A completed example to show how progress can be measured against targets
We worked with an independent consultant, David Driscoll, to create this template for you to track progress on priorities identified in your school improvement plan (SIP).
Set SMART targets
Include targets not action points in your SIP
This is because a target with a quantifiable measure of success focuses on a desired impact, whereas an action point outlines what you'll do to bring about a desired impact.
You can reframe it to be a target on pupil achievement, such as 'raise the proportion of pupils achieving the highest grades at GCSE