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School and LEA Plans

Each school is expected to have a School Development Plan (SDP) more commonly known as the School Improvement Plan. The LEA has a statutory requirement to have an Education Development Plan (EDP). The current strategic plan for 2002 - 2007 was approved by the DfES in 2002.

These plans set out how the school is planning its future. Including plans for curriculum development and the asset management plan (AMP).

As well as these plans, a school may have a range of other plans for Specialist Schools, training schools or Leading Edge status.  Schools that have additional funding for Leadership Incentive Grant (LIG), or Excellence Clusters, or Learning Networks, may also have plans for these activities.  These plans are assessed by the Governing Body and provide the framework for the school's development. 

A school is expected to develop an Ofsted Action Plan after inspection.  This will be an important part of the school's development plan, except where the school is in an Ofsted category.  In such cases a specific plan approved by Ofsted has to be created and the school will be assessed against its plan.

The LEA has a statutory requirement to have an Education Development Plan (EDP) . The current strategic plan for 2002 - 2007 was approved by the DfES in 2002.  Each year, the LEA must provide a detailed report on the EDP, including the LEA's performance and modification to the plans.  This paper is approved annually by the Education Overview and Scrutiny Committee.  The Government is currently changing this requirement, replacing it with a Childrens Services Plan.  

To find out about individual school plans view the attached PDF document.

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Last updated: 13 August 2012

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