The School Led Improvement Group for Primary pupils aims to deliver a strategic and coherent approach to school-led improvement for member schools.
The Primary Group (SLIPs) works in partnership with the LA and meets a number of the LA’s school improvement responsibilities through this school-led model. It provides oversight and direction for the Hounslow school improvement strategy and maintains an overview of school performance via Peer Challenge, including for schools causing concern.
There will be six committee meetings held annually, spread across the three terms.
The purpose of the meetings are to:
Review the progress and outcomes of all schools and confirm a borough-wide picture of quality and standards
Review strengths and vulnerabilities
Set and review the Hounslow Primary Performance Challenge
Review action plans for schools causing concern and recommendations for LA interventions
Review school to school support and joint practice development opportunities
Review and discuss priorities for the LA and to agree the support to be commissioned or brokered for schools.
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