Define Evidence of Impact and Activities and Milestones 2018

Define Evidence of Impact and Activities and Milestones 2018

Define Evidence of Impact and Activities and Milestones 2018

Submitted for review by Aaron Smith (School Principal) on 14 December, 2017 at 08:12 AM Endorsed by Allen McAuliffe (Senior Education Improvement Leader) on 17 December, 2017 at 06:01 PM Endorsed by Dawne Brown (School Council President) on 21 February, 2018 at 08:58 PM Define Evidence of Impact and Activities and Milestones - 2018 Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474)

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 2 Define Evidence of Impact and Activities and Milestones - 2018 Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.1 Data Plan is effectively implemented Better tracking of student progress and growth using Data (eg the use of Trial of a 'Data Wall' at Y7 to measure learning progress; use of Analytics and other Data Groups from Compass; compare Teacher Judgements with Other Data Sets eg NAPLAN results) Student Feedback (using PIVOT) shows Teacher Practice and Provision of Feedback by Teachers to Students has improved - review how student feedback should be collected Data Plan has helped to improve NAPLAN and VCE Data - lower 'low growth' and higher 'high growth' re NAPLAN; improvements to our 2017 VCE Study Score from 2017; 10% of Y12 students with ATAR of 90 and / or above; 6% of study scores above 40 Data Plan also helps to improve other Data Sets from 2017 levels (eg Student Att to Sch; Teacher Judgements, etc) as Plan provides for a more strategic approach Use of DITs to make improvements in one or two key areas through 2018 - Data used to gauge improvement FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 1 Documented Data Plan, inc use of DITs, to gain and measure improvement linked to Priority Areas.

DITs establish one or two key areas for improvmt and reference data at start and end of yr to measure gains.

Data Sets improve Actions Data Improvement Leader to develop Data Plan (inc our use of DITs) - Data Plan documented and shared with staff What, when and how Data Sets are used and by who is included in Plan DIT benchmarks established early in 2018 to help measure improvement Links made between DITs and P&D Review membership of DIT groups (inc inviting ES staff to participate) Presentation and discussion of VCE Data to Y12 Teachers at the start of 2018 Trial strategies in the use of Data to measure student growth Evidence of impact Further improvements in how Data is used throughout the College by staff Improvements made in the work of DITs as measured by comparative data from the start to the end of the year Clear 'line of sight' with respect to P&D Plans and the work of DITs Improved student results (eg VCE; NAPLAN eg Y9) Staff report effective and efficient use of Data based on Data Plan used Further improvements in Teacher Practice as evidenced by Student Feedback (eg Pivot) Trials used to measure student growth (eg Data Wall; comparing Teacher Judgements and NAPLAN results Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Continued Focus on collecting, including PIVOT, VCE, Student Opinion, Staff Opinion, Parent Opinion, external assessments and student achievement and upskilling staff to analyse and respond to the data provided.

Tracking student growth with the use of Data Data Plan Cont use of DITs Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 3 12 month target 1.1 Data Plan is effectively implemented Better tracking of student progress and growth using Data (eg the use of Trial of a 'Data Wall' at Y7 to measure learning progress; use of Analytics and other Data Groups from Compass; compare Teacher Judgements with Other Data Sets eg NAPLAN results) Student Feedback (using PIVOT) shows Teacher Practice and Provision of Feedback by Teachers to Students has improved - review how student feedback should be collected Data Plan has helped to improve NAPLAN and VCE Data - lower 'low growth' and higher 'high growth' re NAPLAN; improvements to our 2017 VCE Study Score from 2017; 10% of Y12 students with ATAR of 90 and / or above; 6% of study scores above 40 Data Plan also helps to improve other Data Sets from 2017 levels (eg Student Att to Sch; Teacher Judgements, etc) as Plan provides for a more strategic approach Use of DITs to make improvements in one or two key areas through 2018 - Data used to gauge improvement FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 2 Trial strategies to better measure student growth (research the use of a 'Data Wall' at Y7 and/or measures to effectively monitor and measure student progress; better use of Compass; etc) Use Data Sets (NAPLAN) against teacher judgements to show and highlight comparisons.

Actions Data Improvement Leader works with the Midd Sch (ie 2018 Y7 cohort) to investigate methods and strategies to best monitor and track student growth; greater use of Compass as a tool to track student progress eg Analytics and other data sets that are able to be extracted from Compass to measure student growth Use of Compass to track student improvement; any progress to be used to assist students and staff Evidence of impact Improvements in the way we track student improvement. A visual representation (eg Data Wall) can be helpful for staff to track improvement. Improved Data Sets DITs report improvements in the one or two areas they have nominated in 2018 Students think that Teacher Feedback and Teacher Practice has improved (better PIVOT results) Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Use a Data Wall and / or other strategies that have been researched and discussed to effectively measure student growth Visually show comparisons between Teacher Judgements and NAPLAN Data Our work in DITs show improvements (comparisons made of benchmark data for each DIT at start and end of year show improvement) Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.1 Data Plan is effectively implemented Better tracking of student progress and growth using Data (eg the use of Trial of a 'Data Wall' at Y7 to measure learning progress; use of Analytics and other Data Groups from Compass; compare Teacher Judgements with Other Data Sets eg NAPLAN results) Student Feedback (using PIVOT) shows Teacher Practice and Provision of Feedback by Teachers to Students has improved - review how student feedback should be collected Data Plan has helped to improve NAPLAN and VCE Data - lower 'low growth' and higher 'high growth' re NAPLAN; improvements to our 2017 VCE Study Score from 2017; 10% of Y12 students with ATAR of 90 and / or above; 6% of study scores above 40 Data Plan also helps to improve other Data Sets from 2017 levels (eg Student Att to Sch; Teacher Judgements, etc) as Plan provides for a more strategic approach Use of DITs to make improvements in one or two key areas through 2018 - Data used to gauge improvement FISO Initiative Building practice excellence

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 4 Key Improvement Strategy 3 Continued use of PIVOT, Student Attitude To School Survey Data - analysis of student feedback to drive improvement in teacher practice; PIVOT : Teacher Feedback to students continues to be a focus. SATs : Further gains to made in Stimulating Learning and Differentiation Learning for example. Actions Continued use of PIVOT (PIVOT : Teacher Feedback to Students continues to be a focus), Student Attitude To School Surveys (or SATs) show further gains made in Stimulating Learning and Differentiation Learning and Teacher Concern) ; use of PIVOT and other data sets re analysis and consideration of student feedback to then drive improvement in teacher practice.

Review application of PIVOT with students - how should it be applied and when Work with staff to make gains through Staff Forums, CPP, PD and PL re above Reinforce the importance of our T&L Model to engage learners and provide useful feedback to students (inc audit of Curric Docs and CATS to inc 21C skill development); use T&L Model more in CPP Inc reference to above in P&D Plans, etc Evidence of impact Compare 2017 PIVOT and SATs results with those captured in 2018 to measure improvement Teachers and students report stronger use of T&L Model CPP is more strongly connected to T&L Model Curric Docs and CATs inc and use activities to allow for the development of 21C skills; CATs for example using at least one type of ICT software and this is seen in student work samples Stronger student data in key areas eg Teacher Feedback, Teacher Practice Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Using Student Feedback (via PIVOT) to improve practice (eg Teacher Feedback) Stronger use of T&L Model and this is observed through CPP Stronger reference to 21C learning in assessments and curric docs Use PD and PL to support above Reference above in P&D Plans Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.2 Documented Plan in place to support Literacy improvement - Y9 NAPLAN results improve re Reading and Writing An overarching Whole School Approach in place for the start of '19 that includes targeted interventions and strategies More PD / PL re Literacy as documented in PD and PL Plan Using data as evidence, E&E Program reviewed and ongoing suitability questioned Whole Sch Approach to Numeracy investigated and strategies trialed A review of Maths Pathways Improve learning growth in both Numeracy and Literacy and this is seen in gains made re student results (eg Y9 NAPLAN, assessments, teacher judgements) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 1 Lit and Num Learn Spec's to develop, docum + implement plans to improve Lit levels (eg reading and writing) + Num generally.

With Lit Whole Sch Approach, target different Domains in different ways. Guided Reading Trial '17 used as ref. Review of E&E, Ma P'ways. Data sets improve - eg NAPLAN.

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 5 Actions Learning Specialists appointed for 2018 - Numeracy and Literacy Learning Specialist to meet and discuss Domain needs and possible Domain approaches within a Whole School Approach that is linked to DET Strategy Develop, document, implement and share strategies to support Literacy growth in Domains - trial strategies (which are researched and evidence based) and determine if trials are effective with evidence. Reading and Writing are a real focus. Use Reading to improve and support Writing. Review types of Literacy assessments used with students (eg TORCH).

Numeracy - discuss and research strategies to employ to lift Numeracy results as a part of a Whole Sch Approach - trial strategies; review Ma Pathways Make Literacy and Numeracy 'more visible' as priorities within the school Review of E&E and its ongoing viability in current form (use Data to review viability) - Literacy and Numeracy Specialists (with others) to develop alternative E&E Models to consider for 2019 More PD and PL to support above and increase capacity and this is documented in Staff P&D Plan and 2018 PD and PL Plan Evidence of impact Improved Literacy and Numeracy Results (eg NAPLAN, Y9 - Reading and Writing); other data sets also improve (eg TORCH) Increased staff capacity in these areas For Literacy - overaching Whole School Approach documented, and within, targeted strategies specific to different Domains are also documented and shared.

These strategies are trialed, implemented and evaluated using trials - evidence collected Numeracy - discussion and research of strategies (and then strategies trialed) as part of Whole Sch Approach - Agendas and Minutes developed and filed Changes made to E&E for 2019 (subject to Review and TBC) which make for a more effective and efficient program Increased capacity of staff in these areas through PD and PL The work and profile of Numeracy and Literacy becomes more prominent Teaching staff report greater capacity with respect to Numeracy and Literacy - evidence gained from Surveys, CPP discussions for example Staff report gains made by students in these areas eg improved results on assessments and improved teacher judgements re reporting Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Literacy and Numeracy are Priorities for the College Literacy strategies adopted specific to Domains to be considered and will sit in Whole Sch Approach - approach should be evidence based.

Reading and Writing are the focus Numeracy - investigate and research effective strategies re Whole Sch Approach and investigate and adopt trial; again, approach should be evidence based Review of E&E and Ma P'ways Work to be supported by appropriate DITs Learning Specialist(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.2 Documented Plan in place to support Literacy improvement - Y9 NAPLAN results improve re Reading and Writing An overarching Whole School Approach in place for the start of '19 that includes targeted interventions and strategies More PD / PL re Literacy as documented in PD and PL Plan Using data as evidence, E&E Program reviewed and ongoing suitability questioned Whole Sch Approach to Numeracy investigated and strategies trialed A review of Maths Pathways Improve learning growth in both Numeracy and Literacy and this is seen in gains made re student results (eg Y9 NAPLAN, assessments, teacher judgements) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 2 More PD and / or PL (as per PD and PL Plan) for staff to further improve capacity with respect to Literacy and Numeracy.

Actions PD and PL Plan for 2018 has been developed and shared with staff PD and PL Plan has reference to Literacy and Numeracy PD/PL opportunities allowing for growth in this area by staff and therefore greater gains by students

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 6 Evidence of impact Improved Literacy and Numercy results (eg NAPLAN, Y9 - Lit : Reading and Writing; NAPLAN, Y9 - Numeracy) Increased staff capacity in this area PD and PL Plan inc clear reference to making improvements in these areas Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget More PD and PL to support an increase in teacher capacity in the area of Numeracy and Literacy PD and PL Plan developed and shared with staff supports above Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.2 Documented Plan in place to support Literacy improvement - Y9 NAPLAN results improve re Reading and Writing An overarching Whole School Approach in place for the start of '19 that includes targeted interventions and strategies More PD / PL re Literacy as documented in PD and PL Plan Using data as evidence, E&E Program reviewed and ongoing suitability questioned Whole Sch Approach to Numeracy investigated and strategies trialed A review of Maths Pathways Improve learning growth in both Numeracy and Literacy and this is seen in gains made re student results (eg Y9 NAPLAN, assessments, teacher judgements) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 3 T&L and other groups / leaders (eg Literacy and Numeracy Specialists; Eng and Ma Domains) to formally review with staff the ongoing viability of E&E and Ma P'ways.

Data used to provide evidence of ongoing viability.

Actions Learning Specialist - Literacy and Numeracy appointments for 2018 Learning Specialist to review E&E and its ongoing viability in current form (use Data to review viability) - Specialists with others (eg T&L, Eng Domain, L'ship, Data Leader, etc) to develop alternative E&E Models to consider for 2019; review Ma P'ways by Numeracy Learn Specialist Data used as part of review Evidence of impact Alternative Models developed for consideration and shared with staff Reduced costs of running any alternatives (TBC) Impact of changes to be measured re improvements to student results in Literacy and Numeracy More effective and efficient method of running E&E as evidence in data and survey results Greater impact of Ma P'ways as a result of review and changes to teacher practice and student learning Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Data used to formally review the viability of E&E in its current form and alternative models developed and proposed subject to review Ma P'ways also reviewed using data to determine its impact Learning Specialist(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 7 Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.3 Develop and implement STEM project at Y9 CCP Develop and implement Y8 Integrated Unit of Study Involvement in the DigiTech Program to support STEM ICT and Coding Implementation of further Coding, Robotics as per planning and curriculum audit from 2017 Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data and Parent Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning (T&L to consider re points above and greater inclusion of 21C Learning to increase stimulation and engagement; further increase in Perf Arts enrolment and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) Student Motivation Teacher Communication (parent data) Stronger reference to STEM Stronger reference to 21C capabilities in CATs and curric documentation Stronger use of T&L Model to support above for example Successful implementation of Cyclical Assessmt and Reporting (inc better teacher communication with families) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 1 Plan, develop, implement STEM learning (eg Y9) Develop Integrated Learning Project at Y7 and Y8 across Domains Participation in Digitech to support curric developmt and provision of STEM, ICT (inc Coding and Robotics) eg Y7 Actions Plan, develop, implement STEM learning (eg Y9) Develop Integrated Learning Project at Y7 and 8 across Domains Partipation in Digitech to support curric developmt and provision of STEM, ICT (inc Coding and Robotics) especially in junior ICT classes (eg Y7) Review Curric Documentation to support above and inc stronger reference re development of 21C capabilities Evidence of impact Stronger Survey Results in the areas listed Audit of Curriculum Documentation and Programs at the end of 2018 reflect review of Curriculum Documentation and Programs to ensure more 21C learning, independent learning, integrated studies, STEM, etc Staff report improved capacity re teacher practice Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Plan, develop, implement STEM learning (eg Y9) Develop Integrated Learning Project at Y7 and 8 across Domains Partipation in Digitech to support curric developmt and provision of STEM, ICT (inc Coding and Robotics) especially in junior ICT classes (eg Y7) Review Curric Documentation to support above and inc stronger reference re development of 21C capabilities; CATs to include opportunities for students to develop their 21C capabilities Grant application pending (approx $10K) re Digitech and our work in ICT and Coding Assistant Principal  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 8 Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.3 Develop and implement STEM project at Y9 CCP Develop and implement Y8 Integrated Unit of Study Involvement in the DigiTech Program to support STEM ICT and Coding Implementation of further Coding, Robotics as per planning and curriculum audit from 2017 Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data and Parent Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning (T&L to consider re points above and greater inclusion of 21C Learning to increase stimulation and engagement; further increase in Perf Arts enrolment and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) Student Motivation Teacher Communication (parent data) Stronger reference to STEM Stronger reference to 21C capabilities in CATs and curric documentation Stronger use of T&L Model to support above for example Successful implementation of Cyclical Assessmt and Reporting (inc better teacher communication with families) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 2 Review and audit Curric Documentation and CATs to support greater inclusion of 21C capabilities Stronger adherence to T&L Model to support 21C skill development; inc 21C skill development in CATs Learning Walks to support above Successful implementation of the Cyclical A&R Model Actions Review and audit Curric Documentation and CATs to support greater inclusion of 21C capabilities Stronger adherence to T&L Model to support 21C skill development Learning Walks to support above Successful implementation of the Cyclical A&R Model Evidence of impact Teacher Communication is stronger to families re A&R and student progress made Curric Docs and CATs inc opportunities for 21C skill development Families report better Teacher Communication as evidenced from Survey results CPP has stronger adherence to T&L Model and this is seen in observations, etc Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Review and audit Curric Documentation and CATs to support greater inclusion of 21C capabilities Stronger adherence to T&L Model to support 21C skill development Learning Walks to support above Successful implementation of the Cyclical A&R Model CPP has stronger adherence to T&L Model Aside from successful implementation of the Cyclical A&R Model, strategies employed to improve Teacher Communication Assistant Principal  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 9 Goal 1 To improve the learning growth of every student across all domains and year levels, and to create a stimulating learning environment where students are actively engaged in their learning, are aspirational, and are motivated to acheive their personal best 12 month target 1.3 Develop and implement STEM project at Y9 CCP Develop and implement Y8 Integrated Unit of Study Involvement in the DigiTech Program to support STEM ICT and Coding Implementation of further Coding, Robotics as per planning and curriculum audit from 2017 Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data and Parent Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning (T&L to consider re points above and greater inclusion of 21C Learning to increase stimulation and engagement; further increase in Perf Arts enrolment and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) Student Motivation Teacher Communication (parent data) Stronger reference to STEM Stronger reference to 21C capabilities in CATs and curric documentation Stronger use of T&L Model to support above for example Successful implementation of Cyclical Assessmt and Reporting (inc better teacher communication with families) FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 3 Further increase in Perf Arts enrolments and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) Actions Further increase in Perf Arts enrolments and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) Cont to offer Production, Instrum Program Develop Concert Band and Cont with other Bands Offer Dance Club Cont with P Arts Showcases Cont to review elective offerings to provide engagement for students in the Perf Arts Links with Community (eg Prim Sch's) to allow our students to perform re Perf Arts Evidence of impact Further increase in Perf Arts enrolments and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) P Arts also more visible in the Community Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Further increase in Perf Arts enrolments and engagement numbers (classes, instrumental music, involvmt in production, p arts showcases, etc) P Arts also more visible in the Community Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 2 To develop and promote positive behaviours and attitudes across the whole school community that enhances student wellbeing and relationships 12 month target 2.1 Student Feedback collected regularly and analysed to develop improvements Opportunities, programs and activities to continue and / or implemented to support stronger Student Voice (SRC, TTT, Student Leadership, Volunteering, Rotary, Leadership at Key Events, work relating to

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 10 Respectful Relationships, stronger community links eg prim sch's; numbers of students involved in above increases inc in Student L'ship) Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity School Connectedness Stronger attendance levels are required with programs, activities, etc investigated and implemented Stronger student monitoring (eg through Gen Office, etc) and advocacy required for students with low attendance FISO Initiative Empowering students and building school pride Key Improvement Strategy 1 Pivot used to gain Student Feedback and Student Voice re T&L Stronger Student Voice and Agency through key participatn and developmt re key activities and opportunities - SRC, TTT, Respect Reln,Student Leadership, Volunteering, Rotary, Leadership at Key Events, Stronger Community Links eg Prim Sch's Actions PIVOT used to gain Student Feedback and Student Voice - Data considered at T&L and other forums (eg Staff Forum, DITs, Domains, etc) to drive improvement Review application of PIVOT to ensure legitimacy of student data Stronger Student Voice and Agency through key participation and development re key activities and opportunities - SRC, TTT, Respect Relationships,Student Leadership, Volunteering, Rotary, Leadership at Key Events, Stronger Community Links eg Primary Schools Evidence of impact Improvements in Data for: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity School Connectedness and other relevant Data Sets (eg Teacher Concern) Students, Staff and Families report improvements in key areas and this is reflected in Opinion Data (see above for examples) Programs such as TTT and Respectful Relationships are implemented and positive reaction is observed and recorded More volunteering opportunities and / or greater depth to existing opportunities is provided (eg Rotary, etc); more activities developed and implemented to further strengthen prim sch connections; greater presence in community at key events by students and staff; greater student involvement inc with student l'ship activities Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Pivot used to gain Student Feedback and Student Voice re T&L Stronger Student Voice and Agency through key participatn and developmt re key activities and opportunities - SRC, TTT, Respect Reln,Student Leadership, Volunteering, Rotary, Leadership at Key Events, Stronger Community Links eg Prim Sch's Opinion Data improves re relevant Data Sets more volunteering opportunities, greater connections with primary schools given the activities we offer them, and we have greater presence in community re key events Assistant Principal  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 11 Goal 2 To develop and promote positive behaviours and attitudes across the whole school community that enhances student wellbeing and relationships 12 month target 2.1 Student Feedback collected regularly and analysed to develop improvements Opportunities, programs and activities to continue and / or implemented to support stronger Student Voice (SRC, TTT, Student Leadership, Volunteering, Rotary, Leadership at Key Events, work relating to Respectful Relationships, stronger community links eg prim sch's; numbers of students involved in above increases inc in Student L'ship) Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity School Connectedness Stronger attendance levels are required with programs, activities, etc investigated and implemented Stronger student monitoring (eg through Gen Office, etc) and advocacy required for students with low attendance FISO Initiative Empowering students and building school pride Key Improvement Strategy 2 Stronger attendance levels are required with programs, activities, etc investigated and implemented Stronger student monitoring (eg through Gen Office, etc) and advocacy required for students with low attendance Greater celebration and acknowledgement of strong student attendance Actions HSS, SWBC and YLC to review, develop and implement strategies, activities and events to improve attendance Stronger student monitoring (eg through Gen Office, etc) and advocacy required for students with low attendance Greater celebration and acknowledgement of strong student attendance Evidence of impact Improved Student Attendance Better monitoring of Student Attendance Attendance is seen more strongly as a priority Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Better monitoring of attendance Better 'flagging' of low attendance with some students Stronger advocacy provided for students with low attendance Greater acknowledgement and celebration of strong attendance levels from individual students and groups of students Leading Teacher(s)  No from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 2 To develop and promote positive behaviours and attitudes across the whole school community that enhances student wellbeing and relationships 12 month target 2.2 Grow our partnerships with Monash University, Tech Schools Program, Rotary, etc Grow our partnerships with Primary Schools Develop further opportunities for students with respect to our Community via curriculum programs Student Leaders / Students continue to represent the College at Key Events in Community - Sub Schools provided with 2018 Schedule of Key Events for planning Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels:

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 12 Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency FISO Initiative Empowering students and building school pride Key Improvement Strategy 1 Grow our partnership with Monash University, Tech Schools Program, Rotary, Primary Schools, etc Develop further opportunities for students via Community Connections (Y9), Futures (Y10) Careers, Sub Schools, VET, etc Student representation at key events Actions We continue to grow our partnership with Monash University, the Tech Schools Program, volunteer groups such as Rotary, Primary Schools, etc Develop further opportunities for students via Community Connections (Y9), Futures (Y10) Careers, Sub Schools, VET, etc Student representation at key events remains important and the College will continue to be represented (eg by student leaders) More independent type learning opportunities for students and this is seen in project learning involving some integration of studies, STEM, etc Further connections with community groups and agencies are developed and used in learning programs eg Y9 CCP, Y10 Futures Sub Schools have clearly defined 'Calendar of Events' showing what is coming up and when allowing for continued student representation and participation in key activities Evidence of impact Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency and other relevant Data Sets Greater visibility of WHSC being involved in key community events through student (and staff) representation Schedules of Involvement are developed and implemented as part of our connection with Primary Schools re Y9 CCP, Y10 Leadership, etc More independent learning in the context of assisting our community (solving problems, addressing issues, etc) More opportunities across year levels with respect to our involvement with Monash Tech Sch's Program; more students engage with Monash Tutoring Program Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Further grow our partnership with Monash University, Tech Schools Program, Rotary, Primary Schools, etc - greater student involvement Develop further opportunities for students via Community Connections (Y9), Futures (Y10) Careers, Sub Schools, VET, etc - leaders and staff to research more student learning opportunities in the community ie solving problems and / or issues for the community Stronger student representation at key events in community; greater visibility of WHSC at key events Team Leader(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 2 To develop and promote positive behaviours and attitudes across the whole school community that enhances student wellbeing and relationships 12 month target 2.2 Grow our partnerships with Monash University, Tech Schools Program, Rotary, etc Grow our partnerships with Primary Schools

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 13 Develop further opportunities for students with respect to our Community via curriculum programs Student Leaders / Students continue to represent the College at Key Events in Community - Sub Schools provided with 2018 Schedule of Key Events for planning Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency FISO Initiative Empowering students and building school pride Key Improvement Strategy 2 Students provided with more opportunities to connect with their community ie specifically relating to CATs and Learning Tasks - solving problems and / or issues with and for the Community (eg Y9 CCP; Y8 Personal Best and Volunteering, etc) Actions Students provided with more opportunities to connect with their community ie specifically relating to CATs and Learning Tasks in order to solve problems and / or issues with and for the Community (eg Y9 CCP; Y8 Personal Best and Volunteering, etc) Teachers and Leaders plan accordingly - these opportunities are recorded in curriculum documentation Evidence of impact Relevant Student Data improves (eg Stimulating Learning) More opportunities are provided for students to work with their community as they learn More volunteering activities are provided Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Students provided with more opportunities to connect with their community ie specifically relating to CATs and Learning Tasks - solving problems and / or issues with and for the Community (eg Y9 CCP; Y8 Personal Best and Volunteering, etc) Leaders and staff to research opportunities re above and develop accordingly, and curriuc documentation and assessments are then amended/develoepd to reflect above Team Leader(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 2 To develop and promote positive behaviours and attitudes across the whole school community that enhances student wellbeing and relationships 12 month target 2.3 Use of Positive Education Flow Chart to guide development of our approach Documented opportunities, activities and events for each Sub Sch (as per the Positive Education Flow Chart) inc use of our Positive and Expected Behaviours.

Share Positive Ed Flow Chart more widely through the College Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Teacher Concern Student Voice + Agency Sch Connectedness More student recognition inc for Academic Excellence eg Assemblies, etc Cont with Consultative Comm, allow for more opportunities for staff to participate in decision making, develop stronger lines of communicatn with staff, etc FISO Initiative Empowering students and building school pride

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 14 Key Improvement Strategy 1 Whole Sch Approach to Positive Education (see Positive Education Flow Chart) and documented approach for ea Sub Sch within this approach (inc 'Jigsaw') Higher levels of Student Recognition eg Academic Success More consultation and participation re decisions + staff; effective communicatn with staff Actions Whole School Approach to Positive Education is now in place with the advent of both SSL's having Positive Education as part of their role SSL's to use the Positive Education Flow Chart to document a Whole School Approach that relates to both Sub Schools (our Student Positive and Expected Behaviours or 'Jigsaw' also to be used); share Positive Education Flow Chart more widely through the College Higher levels of Student Recognition eg Academic Success eg whole school assemblies used to recognise academic achievement with a suitable process developed that links in with ongoing reporting More consultation and participation re decision making and staff Evidence of impact Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Teacher Concern Student Voice + Agency School Connectedness More student recognition inc for Academic Excellence at key events such as yr level and whole sch assemblies is apparent Consultative Committee continues - we allow for more opportunities for staff to participate in decision making, consultation is stronger and we develop stronger lines of communication with staff Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget Whole Sch Approach to Positive Education (see Positive Education Flow Chart) and documented approach for ea Sub Sch within this approach (inc 'Jigsaw') Higher levels of Student Recognition at Assemblies, etc.

eg Academic Success More consultation and participation re decisions + staff; effective communicatn with staff Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $10,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 3 To improve student outcomes by strategically allocating resources that reflect College priorities 12 month target 3.1 PD and PL Plan is documented and supports Priorities for 2018 (see Plan) Clear 'line of sight' from AIP through to Priority Areas, through to Staff P&D Plans, through to CPP, through to DIT's, etc Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning P&D Plans and CPP continues to grow and become stronger with clear 'line of sight' with such initiatives and the College's Priorities CPP to cont to support and develop Teacher Practice FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 1 PD and PL Plan is documented supporting Priorities for '18 (see Plan) Plan in place and shared with staff for '18 inc ref to PD Days and PPD's Clear 'line of sight' - Priority Areas to P&D Plans, to CPP, to DIT's, etc Documented Sched for PL (as part of Mtg Sched) in place Above supports improvmt

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 15 Actions PD and PL Plan is documented supporting Priorities for '18 (see Plan as part of SPOT) Plan in place and shared with staff for '18 inc ref to PD Days and PPD's Clear 'line of sight' - Priority Areas to P&D Plans, to CPP, to DIT's, etc Documented Schedule for PL (as part of Mtg Sched) is in place Above supports improvements in areas nominated eg: - strategic PD and PL relating to teacher practice - planning time to review curriculum planning can then improve stimulating learning - emphasis on T&L Model and use of Learning Walks a feature of CPP - review of practice and development of programs linked to our work in DIT's eg Innovation DIT Evidence of impact Improved results for Stimulating Learning Improved results in related Data Sets associated with Staff and Parent Opinion Data Learning Walks and Classroom Observations through CPP report improvements in practice Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget PD and PL Plan is documented supporting Priorities for '18 (see Plan) Plan in place and shared with staff for '18 inc ref to PD Days and PPD's Clear 'line of sight' - Priority Areas to P&D Plans, to CPP, to DIT's, etc Documented Sched for PL (as part of Mtg Sched) in place Above supports improvmt and this reflected in relevant Data Sets Learning Walks implemented and observations here support gains in teacher practice as per T&L model CPP - work and observations here support gains in teacher practice as per T&L Model PD and PL also supports strategies as developed in and by DITs (eg Innovation) Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $5,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 3 To improve student outcomes by strategically allocating resources that reflect College priorities 12 month target 3.1 PD and PL Plan is documented and supports Priorities for 2018 (see Plan) Clear 'line of sight' from AIP through to Priority Areas, through to Staff P&D Plans, through to CPP, through to DIT's, etc Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning P&D Plans and CPP continues to grow and become stronger with clear 'line of sight' with such initiatives and the College's Priorities CPP to cont to support and develop Teacher Practice FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 2 CPP continues Stronger connection between CPP and our T&L Model Stronger connection between CPP and teaching staff developing 21C capabilities in our students Actions CPP continues in 2018 Stronger connection between CPP and our T&L Model

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 16 Stronger connection between CPP and teaching staff developing 21C capabilities in our students, and this is observed in how our Curricu Docs have been reviewed and amended, together with 21C activities /skill development being inc in CATS and Learning Tasks. Evidence of impact Observations as made in CPP report the inclusion and teaching of 21C capabilities as a part of lessons and in tasks set T&L Model is constantly referenced Staff and students report higher levels of skill development with respect to 21C capabilities There are tangible examples of 21C skills / capabilities being taught and learned as part of set CATs and Learning Tasks Documentation further developed allowing staff to more effectively assess against 21C skill development Improvements in relevant Data Sets (eg efficacy, stimulating learning, etc) Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget CPP continues and supports development of 21C capabilities Stronger connection between CPP and our T&L Model Stronger connection between CPP and teaching staff developing 21C capabilities in our students T&L Model is more strongly referenced in teaching practice Curric documentation and assessments inc for development of 21C capabilities Leading Teacher(s)  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $0.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 3 To improve student outcomes by strategically allocating resources that reflect College priorities 12 month target 3.2 Key Curriculum Programs reviewed with staff to support Numeracy, Literacy, STEM, LOTE Staffing Profile to be reviewed to include consideration of additional Learning Specialists (STEM?) and to further our research for our own ELC Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity Teacher Communication (Parent Data) Higher enrolments and engagement in Perf Arts inc P Arts elective subjects FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 1 E&E reviewed re viability in current form - T&L and other forums / leaders to conduct involved More of a focus on Lit and Num Further develop Curric Programs eg ELC, STEM, ICT (Coding, Robotics, etc) LOTE further reviewed Consideratn of Learning Specialists (STEM?) Above to support Target Actions E&E is reviewed to determine viability in its current form - T&L and other forums / leaders (eg Lit and Num Specialists) to conduct review More of a focus on Lit and Num as lead by Lit and Num Specialists (see other sections of AIP for details) Further develop Curric Programs eg ELC, STEM, ICT (Coding, Robotics, etc), Integrated Studies, etc

Wheelers Hill Secondary College (8474) - 2018 - Define Evidence and Activities.docx Page 17 LOTE - planning relating to changes adopted re language programs provided Consideration of additional Learning Specialists (STEM?) for 2019 and beyond - to be discussed and considered by Leadership and Staff Evidence of impact Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity and in other relevant Data Sets Teacher Communication (Parent Data) improves Curriculum reviewed and programs implemented (see above) - documentation in place to support staff and students The work and planning from Lit and Num Specialists supported, adopted, implemented and reviewed (see other sections of AIP for details) Changes as described may increase interest and enrolments eg more engaging and relevant curriculum program Activities and Milestones Who Is this a Professional Learning Priority When Budget E&E reviewed re viability in current form - T&L and other forums / leaders to conduct involved (see other section(s) in Plan for details) More of a focus on Lit and Num and the work of Specialists used to make improvements in these Priority Areas Further develop Curric Programs eg ELC, STEM, ICT (Coding, Robotics, etc) LOTE further reviewed Consideratn of Learning Specialists (STEM?) Teacher Communication improves through strategies devised and implemented (inc through new Cyclical A&R Model) Review and any changes to Curriculum Program (see examples highlighted above) may increase interest/ engagement and enrolments Principal  Yes from: Term 1 to: Term 4 $30,000.00  Equity funding will be used Goal 3 To improve student outcomes by strategically allocating resources that reflect College priorities 12 month target 3.2 Key Curriculum Programs reviewed with staff to support Numeracy, Literacy, STEM, LOTE Staffing Profile to be reviewed to include consideration of additional Learning Specialists (STEM?) and to further our research for our own ELC Stronger results (inc less negatives) re Student Att to Sch Survey Data from '17 levels: Stimulating Learning Motivation and Interest Student Voice and Agency Respect for Diversity Teacher Communication (Parent Data) Higher enrolments and engagement in Perf Arts inc P Arts elective subjects FISO Initiative Building practice excellence Key Improvement Strategy 2 Use of new Cyclical Assessment and Reporting Model to further improve Teacher Communication with families Other measures to further improve Teacher Communication to be considered and used

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