In partnership with our School Improvement Consultants, SchoolPro TLC, we have put together a 'Step by Step Guide for Effective Raising Attainment Plans’.
The following article outlines how effective RAPs will support your school to raise attainment and the free document download, located at the bottom of this article, will guide you through the creation of a high quality and effective RAP, featuring an easy to follow step-by-step guide and a suggested template format for planning, allocating, evidencing and reviewing attainment.
A Raising Attainment Plan is aimed at all the stakeholders in your school, including class teachers, teaching assistants and the governing body and can also be used as evidence for external inspection bodies.
Producing and managing the Raising Attainment Plan (RAP)
The RAP will drive improvement against your school priorities and is informed by your school development plan (SDP) and self-evaluation (SEF). It is not merely a statement of intent but an instrument that drives your school improvement. Progress towards targets is monitored and evaluated frequently. A RAP is suitable for use in schools or academy trusts where the priority is to raise attainment and/or achievement of any particular cohort or targeted group e.g. boys, gifted and talented etc.
The RAP will:
A high quality and effective RAP:
The RAP supports your school’s drive to:
Found this insight useful? You might also like our free Pupil Premium Strategy document and templates. You can also utilise the suggested templates outlined in the download below within SchooliP, as part of an integrated school improvement system.
Download the free step-by-step guide below and find out how RAPS should be written in order to communicate effectively the strategic vision to all e.g. staff and governors.