We are always looking how we can improve our school to ensure that all our children have the best teaching and learning, love learning and grow into lifelong learners.
In the academic year 2018-2019 our key priorities for school development are as follows:
PRIORITY 1: EFFECTIVENESS OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
1.1 Leadership at all levels is developed and supported to achieve efficient and effective distributive model within a small
1.2 All leaders understand their accountability, (and are supported and challenged) around the analysis and identification of key
patterns in attainment and progress across all curriculum areas.
PRIORITY 2: QUALITY OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT
2.1 Progress and attainment in reading of all children is in line with national or above.
2.2 The new assessment system is effective in identifying the needs of children at all levels and is used effectively by all staff to
improve outcomes and progress.
PRIORITY 3: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOUR AND WELFARE
3.1 Pupil resilience, pupil voice and outcomes are improved through a focus on growth mindset (linking with metacognition and
3.2 To continue to reduce the persistent absence figure and have provision in place to target those children at risk of
underperformance as a result of attendance.
PRIORITY 4: OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN AND LEARNERS
4.1 Continue to build on the positive outcomes in EYFS and phonics to raise attainment and progress of all children in reading,
writing and maths.
4.2 Raise attainment and progress of all children to ensure the a higher % of children achieving greater depth in reading,
writing and maths.
4.3 Improve progress and attainment of pupil premium and vulnerable children (including SEND) by the end of key stage one
and two to be at least in line with national percentages. (closing the gap).