Quality Management

Our quality management framework is based on the latest SQAA handbook and it covers the seven domains of school effectiveness

1. Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Assessment:

  • Developing a comprehensive and well-structured curriculum that is aligned with the school's mission, vision, and values.
  • Using a variety of pedagogical approaches that are appropriate to students' needs, interests, and learning styles.
  • Implementing a robust assessment system that includes both formative and summative assessments to measure student progress and provide timely feedback.

2. Infrastructure - Adequacy, Functionality, and Aesthetics

  • Ensuring that the school's infrastructure is adequate, functional, and aesthetically pleasing to provide a conducive learning environment.
  • Regularly maintaining and upgrading the school's facilities and equipment to ensure they are in good condition and meet the needs of students, teachers, and staff.
  • Ensuring that the school's infrastructure is accessible and safe for all students, teachers, and staff.

3. Human Resources

  • Recruiting and retaining qualified and competent teachers who have the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to provide high-quality education.
  • Providing ongoing professional development opportunities to teachers to enhance their teaching skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and practices in education.
  • Establishing a fair and transparent performance appraisal system that recognizes and rewards teachers for their contributions and encourages continuous improvement.

4. Inclusion Practices


Promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of the school's operations and activities.


Creating a welcoming and inclusive environment that values and respects the diversity of students, teachers, and staff.


Providing accommodations and support services to students with special needs to ensure that they have equal access to education.

5. Management and Governance

  • Establishing clear policies, procedures, and guidelines for the school's operations and activities.
  • Ensuring that the school's management and governance structures are transparent, accountable, and responsive to the needs and aspirations of students, parents, and other stakeholders.
  • Regularly evaluating the effectiveness of the school's management and governance structures and making necessary improvements.

6. Leadership

  • Developing strong and effective leadership at all levels of the school, including the principal, vice-principals, department heads, and teacher leaders.
  • Fostering a culture of collaboration, teamwork, and shared decision-making to ensure that all stakeholders are involved in shaping the school's direction and priorities.
  • Providing opportunities for leadership development and succession planning to ensure continuity and sustainability of the school's leadership.

7. Beneficiary Satisfaction

  • Conducting regular surveys and feedback mechanisms to measure the satisfaction of students, parents, teachers, and other stakeholders with the school's operations and activities.
  • Using the feedback received to identify areas for improvement and making necessary changes to enhance stakeholder satisfaction.
  • Continuously monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the school's quality management framework to ensure that it remains relevant and responsive to the evolving needs and expectations of stakeholders.