Business Plan & Annual Report

We are happy to provide Mosman Park Primary School's Business Plan which outlines long-term direction and strategic planning which will achieve our targets and is required as part of the Delivery and Performance Agreement (DPA).

This DPA is a three year agreement entered into between our Principal, Chair of the School Board and the Director General of the Department of Education's. This agreement outlines in general terms:

  • the resources that the school will receive
  • the support that will be provided to the school
  • the programs the school will be contracted to deliver
  • the performance and accountability measures for the school over the life of the agreement.

We are also pleased to provide our latest Annual Report which gives our community specific information across both academic and non-academic performance areas. The Report also provides evidence of the schools' progress against the Achievement Targets in our Business Plan.

Business Plan 2016-2018
pdf (546.27 KB)
Business Plan 2013-2016
pdf (674.45 KB)
Annual Report 2017
pdf (1.77 MB)
Annual Report 2016
pdf (2.31 MB)
Annual Report 2015
pdf (2.7 MB)

Our school strives for:

1. Success for all Students

School Targets:

  • maintain or improve the percentage of students making expected progress in literacy and numeracy between Pre-primary On Entry testing and Year 3 NAPLAN
  • demonstrate positive trends in the percentage of students with moderate/high/very high progress (NAPLAN Reading and Numeracy) in the Year 3–5 stable cohorts from 2015–2018
  • raise the percentage of students who achieve 'consistently' to
    • 75% – working towards the best of their ability
    • 80% – setting goals and working towards them with perseverance
  • provide for an effective 'student voice' through the establishment of student leadership processes and opportunities
  • implement an Early Years Extension Program involving student identification and provision with school-based specialist instruction and support

2. High Quality Teaching and Effective Leadership

School Strategies:

  • develop and implement a whole school approach that supports a coordinated and consistent framework of effective teaching, assessment and classroom practice
  • full implementation of the WA Curriculum as mandated by the school Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA)
  • active participation by all staff in established Professional Learning Communities
  • active classroom use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to encourage and enhance student engagement and learning
  • integration of STEM across curriculum learning areas

3. Positive School Culture that Sustains Partnerships and Promotes a Distinctive School Identity

School Strategies:

  • improve and maintain student, parent and staff satisfaction (National School Survey Tool) at 80%
  • maintain an engaged and effective School Board with strong school and wider community relationships
  • actively engage parents in home/school partnerships and shared accountability
  • maintain and strengthen partnerships with Mosman Park School for Deaf Children and increase satisfaction levels across school programs
  • provide both learning and community experiences which celebrate and support inclusivity and diversity
  • maintain and enhance the school's physical environment through targeted and collaborative initiatives