School Improvement Priorities 2019-2021
Leadership and Management
- Senior Leaders ensure that leaders at all levels are held to account and have an understanding and commitment to our vision of providing children with a high quality education.
1.1 To ensure that safeguarding and supervision procedures in the school are robust.
1.2 To ensure that roles and responsibilities of the governing body are clear and governors have a secure understanding of the school’s areas for development.
1.3 To develop subject leaders skills in developing a clear vision, action planning, monitoring and evaluation.
1.4 To implement a new staff monitoring, feedback and professional development procedure.
Quality of Education
- To construct and deliver a coherent and rich curriculum that ensures that all children have the knowledge, skills and cultural capital needed to develop curious minds and a love of learning.
2.1 To ensure there is a clearly sequenced progression of skills and knowledge in foundation subjects.
2.2 To develop and implement a new robust and efficient assessment system that informs planning, supports teaching and identifies misconceptions.
2.3 To develop a systematic approach to the teaching of reading that develops children’s fluency, confidence and enjoyment.
2.4 To increase the percentage of children attaining greater depth in all subjects at the end of Key Stage 2.
Behaviour and Attitudes
- All children will be curious learners who love learning with well developed learning behaviours that enable the to be life-long learners.
3.1 To further improve pupil engagement and attitudes to learning.
3.2 To develop children’s critical thinking and debating skills.
3.3 To meet the school attendance target of 96.5%.
3.4 To develop a robust Anti-Bullying Policy that ensures that any incidents of bullying and peer-on-peer abuse are dealt with quickly and effectively.
Personal Development and Welfare
- All provide children with opportunities and experiences that develops them as healthy, responsible, respectful and active citizens who contribute positively to their community.
4.1 To ensure staff have appropriate training and resources to deliver statutory Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) from September 2020.
4.2 To develop a cooking curriculum that develops children’s cooking skills and understanding of a healthy diet.
4.3 To develop a whole school Citizenship Programme to enable pupils to contribute positively towards their community.
4.4 To ensure that British Values are embedded across the curriculum so that children have an understanding of Britain as a rich and diverse community.
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
- To provide children with a quality EYFS learning environment and curriculum that supports children to achieve a Good Level of Development at the end of the EYFS.
5.1 To create an enabling environment that supports children to develop curious and enquiring minds.
5.2 To establish accurate on entry assessments of all the children.
5.3 To improve outcomes in reading and writing at the end of the EYFS.
5.4 To ensure that all staff working in the EYFS classroom are able to make accurate assessments that identify the children’s next steps.
- To nurture and develop children’s spiritual well-being and understanding of Christian values so that they are able to participate fully in learning and life opportunities.
6.1 To further strengthen daily collective worship provision by linking with the key themes in Understanding Christianity.
6.2 To complete the SIAMs toolkit and address any areas identified.