Achievement and SLP

Achievement and School Improvement Planning

Measures of Student Achievement and Success

  • Students in grade 3 and grade 6 participate in Ministry of Education provincial testing (EQAO).

  • Student achievement is reported three times per year through a progress report and two provincial report cards for the benefit of parents and their child.

  • CASI results.

  • School Effectiveness Team sets SMART goals for students.

  • Special awards for students leaving for high school including the Principal’s Award in recognition of contributions to a positive school environment through promotion of student ownership and shared leadership and the President’s Award in recognition of school community spirit and commitment.

  • Honour Roll recognition for intermediate students to acknowledge academic excellence.

  • Recognition of school athletic teams and clubs at assemblies.


School Improvement Plans and Initiatives

The School Learning Plans will continue to focus on building capacity with Literacy and Math Instruction. We continue to use a committee approach to set professional learning goals for all staff, and collect data to plan and track our initiatives. Our Professional Development work (ie: Enhancing student learning through the use of descriptive feedback and student self-assessment) will focus giving teachers strategies on how to improve student achievement in both literacy and math. Staff members will continue to use moderation exercises within grade teams, to designing respectful and challenging tasks to engage all learners and to increase their achievement. School Council continues to support instruction through both the purchase of resources and the coordination of engaging activities for our parent community. Communication and correspondence between home and school will continue to be an important initiative at W.O Mitchell. School based communication is sent via email to families using the SchoolMessenger system and pertinent news is posted on the school website. A proactive approach to behaviour is taken by setting clear expectations for positive behaviour through assemblies and class visits at the beginning of the school year.



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