Reports & Plans

2015 School Review

We are thrilled with our School Peer Review, which took place in November 2014. Click here to view our Peer Review Report. Below is a summary of the reviewer’s findings.

“The Peer Review Panel members were most impressed by thoroughness and quality of the School Self Evaluation, its close examination of the data in relation to targets from the last School Strategic Plan and its willingness to identify areas in need of improvement. The Peer Review Panel was also impressed by the very professional way the staff had embraced the review process to monitor progress and to set out targets and strategies for future improvement.   Discussion with the school’s leadership team showed that many of the practices already in place at Bundoora Primary School can be found in highly effective schools and therefore the reviewers can only encourage their continuation and development. The school’s outcomes on most of the key indicators of success are above expectation and a testament to the work of this highly motivated and dedicated staff. The school’s growing enrolment and its very positive Parent Opinion Survey outcome suggest that the school is regarded as a “good school” by its community. The reviewer, who also reviewed the school in 2010, has been most impressed by the rigorous way the school now approaches its work, by the carefully considered and most strategic changes that have been made on many fronts and by the tangible lift in energy and enthusiasm evident in all levels of school life. The foundations are in place for an excellent future.”

 

2014 Parent Opinion Survey

Each year the Education Department requires all schools to conduct Parent Opinion Surveys. These surveys are computer generated, which also randomly generates families to complete the surveys which requests their opinions of school’s approach to student safety, behaviour management, school improvement, and much more. Click here to view the 2014 report.

 

2014 Student Attitudes to School Survey

The following information shows Bundoora Primary School’s results for the 2014 Attitudes To School Survey, which is conducted with Year 5 and 6 students in May each year. Our results this year were very pleasing and clearly show the degree of satisfaction that our year 5 and 6 students have in our school programs and culture. These results are particularly pleasing for the staff and student leadership group, as we have been systematic and proactive in our improvement strategies.

Click here to view the Student Survey.

 

Annual Report

Bundoora Primary School’s Annual Report is published on the government’s My Schools website. The document gives an overview of the school, including enrolments, school structure, specialist programs and our values. The Annual Report also gives an overview of student achievement, student pathways and transition, and student wellbeing. It also provides weblinks to other school documents. To view Bundoora Primary School’s Annual Report click here.

 

Annual Implementation Plan (AIP)

The Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) is developed through consultation with the Bundoora Primary School staff and community.  The plan outlines the targets that the school wants to meet by the end of the year. This document also outlines specific strategies that the school is planning to implement. To view our current Annual Implementation Plan, click on the link below:

Annual Implementation Plan 2015

 

Strategic Plan

Our school’s Strategic Plan was developed in consultation with the community and staff.  It outlines our directions for the next four years.  Each year we develop an Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) to assist us to meet the targets that we have set in our Strategic Plan.  To view our Strategic Plan, click on the link below:

Bundoora Primary School Strategic Plan

 

Government School Performance Summary

To view the Government School Performance Summary, click on the link below:

Government School Performance Summary

 

School Level Report

The School Level Report covers issues that Bundoora Primary School is interested in. Student results and attitudes are reported in this document and this information enables us to determine areas in which we can seek improvement.

The School Level Report 2014 is available on request from the Office.

 

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