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School Improvement Plan

Introduction
School improvement requires a targeted and focused approach on key areas within a school community. After careful consideration, Kerang Christian College has identified a manageable set of priorities to guide the College’s improvement efforts over the next few years. These improvement areas have been carefully referenced with the College’s Board approved 2015 – 2020 Strategic Plan. The School Improvement Plan is a valuable tool to assist in driving continued improvement in the quality of teaching and learning at Kerang Christian College.

Kerang Christian College has made use of the National School Improvement Tool to guide the development of the School Improvement Plan. The National School Improvement Tool brings together findings from international research into the practices of highly effective schools and school leaders. The National School Improvement Tool was endorsed by the Standing Council on School Education and Early Childhood (SCSEEC) during 2012 and was made available to all Australian schools for use in their school improvement planning from 2013.

Public Availability

Please find below a link to our most recent School Improvement Plan:
2017 School Improvement Plan (Last Updated: 2nd December 2015) 

Feedback and Interpretation Requests
Kerang Christian College values your feedback on our School Improvement Plan. Please provide any feedback, interpreter requests or suggestions to the Business Administrator at the undernoted address.

Published by
Kerang Christian College
98 Wyndham Street, Kerang VIC 3579
P: +61 3 5450 3894
admin@kccs.vic.edu.au

Compliance Framework 
When the Australian Education Act 2013 was introduced, it required all Australian schools to have prepared a School Improvement Plan by 1st January 2015. The Australian Education Amendment (2016 Measures No. 3) Regulation 2016 was made by the Governor-General and came into effect on the 29th October 2016. This amendment repeals sections 44 and 45 in the Principal Regulation in order to reduce the regulatory burden of school improvement plan requirements for approved authorities, to align with government policy. Kerang Christian College remains commitment to the process of school improvement and has published the plan above the guide improvement efforts at the College. 

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