THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (SIP) AND ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (AIP

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School Improvement Plan is a three to five-year education development plan that embodies the vision and mission of the school. It also contains the profile of the school and the community, problems and needs assessment, goals, objectives, standards and targets, implementation plan, monitoring and evaluation plan, communication and advocacy plan, documentation and reporting to stakeholders, and signatories. It is translated into an Annual Implementation Plan (AIP). SIP is developed by all stakeholders which include all school staff, PTCA, LGU barangay level, community leaders, NGOs and student representative. Road Map for SIP/AIP Formulation

SCAN THE SCHOOLCOMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT TO DEVELOP AN OVERALL PICTURE/DESCRIPTION

IDENTIFY SCHOOL’S STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES, OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS

IDENTIFY SCHOOL PROBLEMS (EMPHASIS ON ACADEMIC PROBLEMS

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DEVELOP A THREE TO FIVEYEAR VISION OF THE SCHOOL. DEFINE THE SCHOOL MISSION

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PRIORITIZE SCHOOL PROBLEMS

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IDENTIFY ROOT CAUSES OF THE PROBLEMS

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DEVELOP OBJECTIVES/TARGETS, PROGRAMS & STRATEGIES FOR REALIZING THE SCHOOL VISION AND

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PREPARE AN ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR THE INCOMING SCHOOL YEAR BASED ON THE SIP

WRITE THREE TO FIVE – YEAR SIP BASED ON THE SUGGESTED OUTLINE

weaknesses.7 8 9 Step 1: Scan the School-Community Environment and Develop an Overall Picture Description Process Take a look at the present conditions of the community and the school in terms of five areas of concern: 1) student development. Internal factors are those that are found in the school which facilitate (strengths) or hinder (weaknesses) the good performance. i. list school problems putting emphasis on academic performance or pupil learning problems. opportunities and threat to the school. completion and drop-out rates and others.e. and 5) resource generation and fund management. External factors are those outside the school which help improve (opportunities) school performance or impede (threat) the desire to improve. school rank in relation to the division mean percentage scores. 4) schoolcommunity partnership. Expected Output: Description of the strengths. NAT and other rest results. 3) physical plant development and maintenance. 2) teacher and administrator development. Expected output: Overall description/profile of the school and community Step 2: Conduct an Assessment Using the SWOT Analysis Process SWOT analysis is a process of identifying the internal and external factors that affect school performance. Then. Step 3: Identify the School Problems Process Review school performance indicators. Expected output: performance Description of the school problems focusing on academic .

the clients it seeks to serve and the methods through which the school intends to fulfill its purposes. powerful statements. Step 5: Prioritize School Problems Process Since not all problems are equally important nor is there need for them to be solved at the same time. clear statement of the reason(s) for the school’s existence. Take note of the common/root cause(s). The mission is the brief. Expected output: A three to five-year vision and the overall mission of the school. It explains the function it seeks to fulfill. there is a need to prioritize the school problems using the following criteria:  relevance – how relevant is the problem to school academic improvement?  urgency – if the problem is not addressed immediately. Expected output: Root cause(s) of each problem and its description.Step 4: Identify Root Causes of the Problems Described in Step 3 Process Determine the cause(s) of every problem in their relationships. A vision is the reality that you would like your school to be in the future and is best expressed in short. will it cost much more to solve later? Expected output: Listing of school problems according to priorities Step 6: Create a Three to Five-Year Vision and the Overall Mission of the School Process Create vision and draft a mission statement which must be a shared effort of everyone in the school community. . will it grow bigger?  cost – if we do not solve the problem now. will it become worse?  growth potential – if the problem is not solved.

Process Identify objectives and targets for realizing the school vision which must be:  specific  measurable  attainable  realistic  time-bound What are the strategies the school will employ to realize the objectives of its vision and mission? Expected output: Objectives/targets. Expected output: A three to five year SIP .Step 7: Develop the Objectives/Targets and Strategies for Realizing the School Vision and Mission. and strategies to realize the school vision and mission Step 8: Write a Three to Five-Year School Improvement Plan (SIP) Process Utilize the suggested SIP outline.

Expected output: Annual Implementation Plan . identify problems and objectives for one school year. Review the intervention programs (Part V) that will include strategies and learning activities. persons responsible and resources needed which are appropriate to achieve the objectives set. time frame for implementing the activities.Step 9: Develop an Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) based on the SIP Process Based on existing SIP.