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REPUBLIC OF RWANDAMINISTRY OF EDUCATIONDistrict :Sector :School name:School code :Phone :Email :OPERATIONAL ANNUAL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (Specify the period— year: financial year) Preliminary Pages: These pages include—Foreword of the headteacher and/or of the school owner, table of contents, list of tables, listof figures, list of acronyms and abbreviations, and executive summary of the operational annual SIP
1 CHAPTER I. SCHOOL PROFILEThis chapter includes the historical background of the school and disaggregated data about staff and students
1.1. Historical background of the school (foundation dates, ownership, location and rationale for foundation, overview of combination offered at the school, student and staff population, etc.) 2 1.2. Statistics of the school (disaggregated data about teaching and administrative staff, students’ population, students’ achievements) A. Staff population (disaggregated number of staff)Staff Level/qualification Female Male TotalTeaching staff Pre- Certificate (A2) Professional Primary Non-professional (where Diploma (A1) Professional applicable) Non-professional Bachelor’s degree (A0) Professional Non-professional Masters Professional Non-professional Primary Certificate (A2) Professional Non-professional Diploma (A1) Professional Non-professional Bachelor’s degree (A0) Professional Non-professional Masters Professional Non-professional Secondary Certificate (A2) Professional Non-professional Diploma (A1) Professional Non-professional Bachelor’s degree (A0) Professional Non-professional Masters Professional Non-professionalAdministrative Positions Certificate Diploma Bache Masterstaff (A2), (A1), lor’s ’s degree degree (A0), HT 3 DoS DoD Bursar Secretary Patron Matron Total:Supporting Driversstaff Security guards Cleaners Librarian Cooks B. Students’ population (disaggregated number of students)Students LEVEL Grade Female Male Total Students with disabilities Primary P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Total Secondary S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 Total General total 4 C. Physical infrastructureINFRASTRUCTURE NUMBER STATUS NEW MODERATE OLD 1. ClassroomsP1P2P3P4P5P6S1S2S3S4S5S62.TOILETS FOR GIRLS3.KICHEN4.TOILETS FOR BOYS5.GIRLS ‘ROOMS6.PLAYGROUNDS7.WATER8.ELECTRICITY9. DOMITORY10.DINING ROOM11.BATH ROOM 5 CHAPTER 2: SCHOOL SELF-ASSESSMENTThis chapter answers the question: “Where are we now?” It therefore provides the current situation about students’ achievement andother school practices that impact schools learning
2.1. STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT DATA 2.1.1. Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency level per subject, level and grade (school assessment-Term 1, district assessment-term 2, REB assessment-term3) .For P6,S3 and S6, consider term 1&Term 2 only) A. Primary LevelSUBJECT Subject Total number of students per grade Proficiency P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Level 350 Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency levelKinyarwanda 60%Mathematics 60%English 60%Science and Elementary 60%TechnologySocial and Religious 60%StudiesCreative Arts 60%Physical education 60%French 60% 6 B. Secondary -Ordinary levelSUBJECT Subject Total number of students per grade Proficiency Level S1 S2 S3 Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency levelEnglish 60%Kinyarwanda 60%Mathematics 60%Physics 60%Chemistry 60%Biology and Health Sciences 60%ICT 60%History and Citizenship 60%Geography and Environment 60%Entrepreneurship 60%Elective subjectsReligion and Ethics 60%Music, Dance and Drama 60%Fine arts and Crafts 60%Home Sciences 60%Farming (Agriculture and 60%Animal husbandry)Co-curricular activities (Compulsory)Physical Education and Sports 60%Library and Clubs 60% 7 2. Secondary-Advanced level: The average of comprehensive assessment results will be presented per subject , combination and year of studyCombination 1:SUBJECT Subject Total number of students per grade Proficiency Level S4 S5 S6 Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency level 60% 60% 60% 60% 60%Combination 2:SUBJECT Subject Total number of students per grade Proficiency Level S4 S5 S6 Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency level 60% 60% 60% 60% 60%Combination3:SUBJECT Subject Total number of students per grade Proficiency Level S4 S5 S6 Percentage of students whose performance met proficiency level 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 8 National examination results per level of study, subject and aggregatePrimary level Subject Candidates Number of student per aggregate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Kinyarwanda Mathematics English Science and Elementary Technology Social and Religious StudiesSecondary -Ordinary level Subject Candidates Number of student per aggregate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 English Kinyarwanda Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology and Health Sciences History and Citizenship Geography and Environment Entrepreneurship 9 Secondary-Advanced level Subject Number of students per grade A B C D E S F 10 2.2. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE DATAThe school data will be collected based on the five professional standards for effective school leadership: Creating strategic direction, leadinglearning, leading teaching, managing the school as organization and involving parents and the wider community of the school. Refer to theSIP training manual on the section: school performance data
STANDARD EXAMPLE OF DATA TO BE COLLECTED Available or not Number/ Observation/ available Frequency/ comments (Where (Briefly applicable) Rate/ describe the Percentage status of each (Where indicator where applicable) applicable)Setting strategic Schools vision (available, shared, understood,…)direction Schools mission (available, shared, understood,) Schools values (available, shared, understood,…) Strategic School Improvement Plans Operational annual school Improvement plans
Leading learning (3) Report of analysis of Students’ performance level in Sector mocks per subject at all grades (primary and Secondary) Report of analysis of Students’ performance level in national examinations per division and aggregate at all levels (primary and Secondary) Students attendance rate at levels (nursery, primary and 11
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