College Strategic Plan

The College focus on improved student learning, enhanced student engagement and wellbeing and successful transitions and pathways is managed through an Accountability Framework.

Ringwood Secondary College 

Plans for improvement via a four-year school strategic plan and an annual implementation plan;

Evaluates progress towards the improvement goals and targets via an internal school self-evaluation and an external school review;

Reports on progress in core school performance indicators and other achievements via an annual report to the school community.

Annual Report

The Ringwood Secondary College Annual Report informs parents and the wider school community of the College’s successes, activities and achievements from the previous year.

This report also provides an opportunity to communicate and publicise the longer term directions for the College.

It is published each year highlighting the College progress towards key goals evident from the previous 12 months.

Annual Implementation Plan

The current Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) details Ringwood Secondary College’s main areas of strategic intent.

Annual implementation planning assists the College to: 

  • plan and communicate our work for the coming year and how this will lead to achieving the goals and targets in the College strategic plan; 
  • ensure efficient and effective allocation of resources to complete the work; 
  • monitor progress and success. 
Acknowledgement of Country

We, the students at Ringwood Secondary College, acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land we are meeting on today.

We appreciate the waterways, mountains, skies, plants and animals from this land and thank our ancestors for their ceremonies of story-telling, music, dance and celebration.

We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and promise to learn to live in a community that is part of the oldest living culture on Earth and move forwards together to a place of equity, justice and partnership.

We recognise that First Nations sovereignty was never ceded. This was and always will be Aboriginal Land.