There was plenty to toast at a Bushey school last month as a new School Improvement Plan (SIP) was launched.
Governors at Bushey Meads School hosted the celebratory event which marked the end of the previous three years which brought about so much significant change to the school community and welcomed a new SIP for 2017 to 2020, which defines how the school can become even better.
A number of key students, who were involved in the initial ideas, were also invited to the join staff and governors for the occasion.
At the celebratory event, staff and students spoke to a variety of stakeholders in the newly revamped school restaurant area, where drinks and canapes were served, all provided by the new caterers and the school’s head chef.
Staff, students and governors also completed some key exercises focused on taking the plan and using it as a framework to embed ideas at faculty and department level. This will now be something that is worked on in teams across the school over the next few months, creating Faculty Improvement Plans as a result.
Jeremy Turner, executive headteacher of the school, said: “The new SIP has been crafted over the last two months and I would like to pay tribute to the hard work of all our senior leadership team in making a clear plan which will undoubtedly take our school to greatness over the next three years.”
Picture Credit – Tom Bishop