At Babinda P-12 State School we believe that the development of our school into a highly functional 'learning organisation' is the most important strategy we can implement to continually improve the performance of our students and our school.
Having very clear systems, processes and accountabilities for staff drives efficiency and effectiveness. To this end we have developed a six pronged thrust to ensure that all students receive a daily high quality learning experience, we have termed our approach the 'Babinda way'.
Strong systems and processes are reinforced by having high expectations and setting targets that lead to improved student achievement. The use of student performance data is central to our improvement agenda and at our school, classroom teachers and school leaders work together to:
analyse evidence about student performance, using school-based, state and national data
have a shared understanding of student data and have established targets for improvement
regularly review and refine strategies in response to student achievement
have the support and resources they need to meet established targets
engage parents in supporting the school’s priorities, promoting shared expectations for student achievement, and celebrating success together.
In addition to performance and accountability approach, the following documents provide for the systematic improvement and accountability of our school.