The minister would do well to reflect on the three former regional school improvement partner LEAs I referred to above, as well as Merthyr.
What does SIP stand for?
SIP stands for School Improvement Partner (UK)
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- Safer Internet Plan (various organizations)
- Safety Implementation Plan
- Safety Improvement Plan (various organizations)
- Sales Incentive Plan
- Satellite Image Processor
- Satellite Interceptor Program
- Savings Investment Plan
- Scale Irrigation Project (various organizations)
- Scanner Interface Processor
- School Improvement Partner (UK education)
- School Improvement Plan
- School Intervention Program (various schools)
- Schools Integration Project
- Science in Parliament (various locations)
- Science Internship Program (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Scientific Instrument Package (gaming)
- Scientific Investigations Plan
- SCSI Interlock Protocol
- Seasonal to Interannual Prediction (World Meteorological Organization)
- Seat Index Point
Samples in periodicals archive:
It said the school is now hitting satisfactory standards after observing 24 lessons, scrutinising work and meeting groups of pupils, governors, staff and a governmentbacked school improvement partner appointed to help.
Mr Williams tells visitors to his school website that he is a government-backed school improvement partner - a role with the remit of helping identify areas of improvement at other schools.
He also works as a School Improvement Partner, helping to raise standards in schools around the country, and is a qualified Ofsted inspector, as well as a consultant headteacher.
From the start of the new term today, each of Coventry's 119 state schools will have its own school improvement partner whose job will be to advise on how to ensure pupils do better and reach their full potential.
On his school website Mr Williams says he is a government-backed school improvement partner - a role with the remit of helping identify areas of improvement at other schools.
Called School Improvement Partners, or SIPs, they will start operating from next September in 30 pilot authorities, including Birmingham.