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Writing the

School Improvement Plan

Dr. Maria Cristina A. Robles
Principal IV
• Chapter I: DepEd VMV
• Chapter II: Current Situation
• Chapter III: Plan
• Chapter IV: Monitoring and Evaluation
• Chapter V: Sample Outputs
Chapter I: DepEd VMV
Vision Sharing
• State how the SPT understands the
• State the SPT’s aspiration for the
school and learners
• State the SPT’s role and
responsibilities that will significantly
contribute to the attainment of the
school’s goals/objectives
Chapter II: Current Situation
Baselines (Where are
we now?)
• In this section, discuss the
school’s current situation:
the status of school
performance and list of
alarming data that need
to be addressed
• (refer to Annex 1A and
Annex 2B)
Chapter II: Current Situation
Baselines (Where are
we now?)
• Discuss also how the
school contributes to the
overall performance of
the Division using the Gap
Analysis Template (Annex
Chapter III: Priority Improvement Needs
What are the urgent needs?
• Present the matrix of the identified PIA’s as a result of the
prioritization of the improvement areas using the criteria set in
Annex 4.
Chapter III: Priority Improvement Needs
What are the urgent needs?
• These PIAs should be aligned to DepEd intermediate outcomes
stated in the Planning Worksheet (annex 5)
Chapter III: Priority Improvement Needs

General objectives

• Present the objectives that are

SMARTand responsive to PIAs
which the school wants to
achieve in Year 1, Year 2, or
Year 3 of the current SIP cycle.
Chapter III: Priority Improvement Needs

Root causes

• Present the ROOT

CAUSES of the identified
PIAs in the Planning
Worksheet (annex 5)
Chapter III: Priority Improvement Needs


• Present the list of solutions for the

identified root cause(s) that were
selected based on the following
criteria: within the control of the school,
economical, sustainable, and with
support from the process owners.
Chapter III: PLAN
Work and Financial Plan or Annual Implementation Plan
• It is not necessary to write a paragraph describing the contents of the WFP or
the AIP.
• It is sufficient that the school accomplish the WFP/AIP for the first year.
• WFP format follows Fiscal Year Calendar (plus 1st quarter of the succeeding
year). It is the basis for Monthly Disbursement Program and Annual Procurement
Chapter V: Monitoring and Evaluation
• This section contains the plan on how the SPT will monitor the different
Programs, Projects and Activities or different areas of school
• Present the filled-up Project Monitoring Report Form.
Achieve zero drop- Achieve 100% Intensify ALS
out rate. promotion rate. programs.

Intensify training
Increase basic Improve student’s
and dev of all
literacy levels of all academic
learners. performance levels.
14 Priority Targets

Ensure commitment
Intensify SBM Make PTA and SGCs Reinvigorate praise
to child-friendly
Management work. and award system.

Strive for single Increase

Eradicate Improve ICT and
shift schedules in stakeholder
malnutrition. research capacities
school. participation.
Individual Work Plan
• Ensures that teachers contribute in
the implementation of programs
and projects at the classroom level.
• Ensures alignment of activities from
the DEDP -> SIP -> IWP
• Operationalizes the SIP at the
teacher’s level
Chapter II: