Annual Portfolio Reports
Over the last two decades, school wide self review has been central to Hagley College’s accountability and improvement processes.
For Hagley, school effectiveness is a planning and review cycle to demonstrate that our performance matches our purpose:
- to realise our mission statement: lifelong learning that is accessible for all
- to build success and a desire for lifelong learning for every student, through our focus on engagement, retention, achievement and transitions.
This approach has resulted in on-going improvements and promoted a College culture of informed decision-making, goal setting and developing innovations. ERO acknowledged Hagley’s strengths in self review in its 2015 review of the College, placing Hagley on the top review cycle:
“The robust framework for self review reflects and promotes a sustained focus on continuous improvement so that all students benefit. Self-review practices across the school are well developed and embedded. These practices continue to evaluate what is contributing most effectively to positive outcomes for students.”
These reports set out what developments and success looks like for each portfolio’s outcomes and progress towards achieving these. The reports also act as portfolio development plans, outlining ideas for the coming year.