Under the leadership of the principal, the school community is responsible for developing the school’s improvement plan. Student success planning (SSP) will continue to rely on effective distributed leadership between and among teachers, and shared commitment of support staff, school advisory council, parents/guardians, students and community members. Student success planning begins with a review of student evidence to help determine where the school appears to be effective and where improvements are needed. This evidence is used to determine student achievement goals in literacy, numeracy and safe and inclusive learning environment. Schools collaborate to develop strategies around each goal which are reflected in a school plan (November) and a concise annual report (June).