School leaders play a vital role in delivering improved learning outcomes and building a culture of continued improvement.
They have a major influence on the capacity of teachers and the quality of the teaching-learning relationship.
Effective school leaders actively promote a shared commitment to quality teaching and improving student achievement. They establish high expectations and build the tone and ethos of the school, creating the conditions under which teachers can deliver expert teaching.
Capability and Leadership Frameworks support performance and development conversations. The frameworks are designed as online self-reflective tools that provide a consistent professional language outlining the skills and knowledge school leaders require to effectively lead school improvement.
Capability and leadership frameworks are available for:
Performance and development planning for school leaders is guided by the Developing Performance Framework (DPF).
A differentiated capability development model supports Principal development and supervision. The model builds on the DPF to guide continuous improvement.
This page was last reviewed on 11 Apr 2013 at 11:01AM