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Use our template to create a school improvement plan (SIP) based on the 2019 Ofsted framework. See examples of SIPs from a range of schools.

You don't have to present your school improvement plan (SIP) in any specific format. Whatever format you use, it should be part of your overall improvement process and not created specifically for Ofsted.

Download our template

KeyDoc: School improvement plan based on the 2019 Ofsted framework

Use our template to create your SIP based on the 2019 Ofsted framework.

To help you create your SIP, use our SEF checklist and template to identify key areas of improvement.

Share your SIP

Sharing your SIP with staff at an INSET day at the start of the school year, and making sure they're clear about the role they play in each objective Providing termly updates to let your staff know how the school is progressing Displaying your SIP in the staff room and in your office Posting your SIP on your school website Advising your chair of governors to create an annual

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