School improvement

The Local Authority Strategy for School Improvement and associated schools causing concern policy has been updated in light of the new Ofsted framework and the recent consultation with all stakeholders.

Ofsted has published 'The framework for the inspection of local authority arrangements for supporting school improvement'.

What we're doing

Salford's strategy for school improvement sits at the heart of our plans to create a prosperous city in which people want to live, work and study. We believe that improved educational outcomes is the key to unlocking the city's potential.

To achieve our ambitions the Salford Learning Partnership, a collective of all key education providers in the city, provides the strategic partnership and framework and the schools' provider arm, led by headteachers from good and outstanding schools, provides the vehicle through which we will challenge and support schools and settings to improve.

We believe that all children and young people deserve to be educated in successful schools. Our overall aim is that all schools should be judged to be good or outstanding and that no school should fall into a category of concern. By supporting and enabling strong school leadership and management and through early intervention when necessary, we aim to work in partnership with schools to bring about the best possible education for our children and young people.

This page was last updated on 19 March 2018

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