School Improvement Planning
Key Priorities for Pupil Performance. You can view the full School Improvement Plan here
Quality of Education:
To ensure that strong and well-informed subject leadership matched with quality first teaching leads to a curriculum which effectively addresses social disadvantage allowing all pupils to produce work which is consistently of a high quality.
Behaviour and Attitudes:
To ensure that all pupils are encouraged to develop highly positive attitudes and commitment to their education and become highly motivated and persistent in the face of difficulties. Our key aim is for all pupils to become confident, resilient, and independent learners.
To effectively promote equality of opportunity and diversity ensuring that pupils understand, appreciate and respect differences in the world and its people and are more adept at engaging with views, beliefs and opinions that are different from their own in considered ways.
Leadership and Management:
- To develop and embed a clear, ambitious, and cohesive vision which embodies the values of the school community and consistently supports the drive for school improvement.
- To ensure that the achievement of all pupils is maximised through the continued development of focused and highly effective professional development for all staff which consistently translates into improvements in the teaching of the curriculum.
- To fulfil its statutory duties and hold leaders to account more effectively by developing increasingly robust strategies to gather comprehensive, accurate and useful feedback from all stakeholders
Effectiveness of Early Years Provision:
To implement the new EYFS Framework to secure a strong impact on what children know, can remember, and do – ensuring all children do well.