School key priorities for improvement 2019-2020
Quality of Education
A: Curriculum design: A Broad and balanced curriculum will be accessed by all. A Holistic approach to teaching and learning will be evident across the school
B: Writing across the school - looking at continuous improvement and progression from the end of KS1 through to the end of KS2
C: Maths – Development of a systematic approach to learning multiplication facts and embedding times tables learning
D: Ensuring the good progress of our different pupil groups; SEN, Pupil Premium, Children in Care & Forces Pupils
Behaviour and Attitudes
A: Develop motivated, independent, self-reflective learners -through excellent teaching and learning
B: Improve the attendance of a small minority of our pupils
C: Ensure playtime and activities are providing structure and engagement in healthy play
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.
C: Ensure all pupils have the chance to participate in a range of enhancement opportunities
D: Ensure all our pupils are well prepared for their next steps
Leadership and Management
A: Safeguarding: Ensure that all procedures and practices are thoroughly embedded
B: Ensure Governors have a full and realistic picture of the impact of the School:
Development & Improvement priorities using a range of monitoring processes
C: Looking to the future: building strong foundations to protect our school through well-researched forward planning
D: HT & Governors work together to ensure the structure of the school is financially viable.
School development Plan key priorities for improvement 2018-2019 were
Outcomes for children:
Teaching, learning and assessment:
Personal development , behaviour and welfare:
Leadership and management:
School Development objectives 2017-2018 were
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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