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School Improvement Plan 2014-2015

 

How we are making our school even better this year

 

The improvement priorities for Achievement of Children

  • Improve attainment and achievement outcomes for FSM, SEN and children at risk of falling behind in all areas so that
  • SEN (Special Education Needs) making progress in line with other groups (6 APS in KS1 and 4 KS2 per year )
  • Evidence of SEN closing the attainment gap (link AOC)
  • FSM ( Free School Meals) and those children at risk are exceeding expected progress so that FSM are attaining in line with NSFM (Non Free School Meals)
  • Evidence of closing the gap at the end KS1 and KS2 (Maths & Reading) in relation to the national average
  • Ks1 children closing the gap at age related in all areas compared to NA
  • Ks2 maintain consistent progress across KS2

 

The improvement priorities for Quality of Teaching

  • Improve quality of teaching and provision for vulnerable groups specifically SEN, Children at risk of falling behind & FSM
  • Improve quality of teaching in KS1 to consistently good.
  • Secure consistency good quality of teaching for teaching partners.

So that

  • Teaching will be at least good in KS1
  • Teaching Partners will be at least good
  • SEN making progress in line with other groups (6 APS in KS1 and 4 KS2)
  • Evidence of SEN closing the attainment gap (link AOC)
  • FSM and those children at risk are exceeding expected progress

 

The improvment priorties for Behaviour and Safety

  • Children feel safe in school
  • Clear understanding of all stakeholders what constitutes bullying and how it is challenged link E safety

So that –

  • Pupils consultations show understanding of what is bullying and show awareness of anti-bullying strategies
  • Clear E safety message throughout school, which is understood and adhered to by al, stakeholders
  • Children are confident with how to keep them safe online
  • Pupil consultation outcomes show children feel safe in school
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The improvement priorities for Leadership & Management

  • Effective monitoring which has impact upon pupil progress and attainment across all pupil groups
  • Governors use data to inform monitoring actions
  • Developing middle leaders

 

So that –

  • Pupils are making and exceeding expected progress in all groups
  • Governors undertake monitoring visits with clear focus and understanding on pupils outcomes (report back to full governing body)
  • Governors are able to suitable question and challenge SLT

Middle leaders actions having clear impact on pupil progress and attainment

All curriculum areas have an action plan.

 

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