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Last reviewed on 1 October 2021
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School types: All · School phases: Primary

Download our annotated school improvement plan (SIP) to help you develop yours and decide what to include and why. See examples of SIPs from other primary schools, including short and long-term plans.

Download our annotated SIP

We created this annotated school improvement plan (SIP) with Tiffany Beck of Millennium Primary School. 

KeyDoc: annotated primary SIP

You'll find:

  • Extracts from the school’s SIP with comments on what has been included and why
  • Tips for writing your own SIP

You may need to click on 'enable edits' on the KeyDoc to view it correctly.

See examples from schools

Completed SIP using our 2019 Ofsted framework template

Marsden Community Primary School in Lancashire used one of our templates to write its SIP in line with the 2019 Ofsted framework:

Marsden Community Primary School: SIP based on the 2019 Ofsted framework

Short-term SIP


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