Improving leadership capability, teaching quality and school performance are core components of the Every student succeeding - State Schools Strategy 2016-2020. Performance feedback is an essential part of this, driving professional engagement and ensuring continuous improvement to lift the performance of every teacher and school leader.
The Queensland State Schools Annual Performance Review (APR) processes support the improvement of quality teaching and leadership in the workforce, assisting schools to enhance student learning through improved professional knowledge, practice and engagement of all teachers and school leaders.
The APR processes provide a system for teachers and school leaders to identify and reflect on key areas of their performance and development in the workplace. Each APR process comprises three distinct phases:
The three phases are implemented over a 12-month cycle and detailed in an Annual Performance Development Plan (APDP) for every participant in consultation with their supervisors.
The APR processes build on the success of the Developing Performance Framework to provide revised performance development processes for the following school-based employee groups:
This page was last reviewed on 09 Jun 2016