The aim of our School Evaluation and Development Plan (SEDP) is to secure pupils’ academic achievement and personal development and to ensure that the school environment is continually improved and well managed.
The SEDP sets out the school’s strategy and development planning for the years ahead with specific actions for this academic year. It shows the Intent, Implementation and Impact of the objectives set.
The SEDP is developed through discussion by, and consultation with, staff, governors, pupils and parents. It is informed by self-evaluation and regularly up-dated throughout the year at Staff and Governors’ meetings. Actions may be completed within different time frames or may be continued or re-visited over a couple of years.
Below is a short summary of the key SEDP priorities for 2022-2023
Quality of Education :
A: Curriculum: Further develop a robust Bledington Curriculum taking into account the impact of Covid 19 and ensuring a consistent approach to all planning, teaching and learning.
B: EYFS: embed Baseline and assessment practices and ensure all staff are aware of EYFS curriculum content.
C: Pupil Groups - Ensure the progress of disadvantaged and SEN pupils and build on successful practice to continue to improve outcomes for this group.
Behaviour and Attitudes:
A: Develop motivated, independent, self-reflective learners through excellent teaching, learning and PSHE
B: Encourage a range of healthy play activities, mindfulness and relaxation exercises to develop good mental health, positive attitudes and relationships
C: Improve the punctuality and attendance of a small minority of pupils.
A: Ensure the mental & physical health of our pupils and staff is a high priority
B: Ensure our pupils know what it is to be a good citizen who can develop positive relationships.
C: Ensure all pupils have enhanced opportunities and are well-prepared for their next steps.
Leadership and Management:
A: Safeguarding: Ensure that all procedures and practices are current and thoroughly embedded
B: Governor Impact: Governors will have a full and realistic picture of the impact of the School Improvement priorities using a range of monitoring processes, challenge and research and training.
C: Looking to the future: Build strong foundations to protect our school through well-researched forward financial planning, maintenance, challenge and a pro-active Governing Body.
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