Below are our school improvement priorities for 2015-2016. We have specific actions within 6 week time blocks to work towards achieving improvement.
School Improvement Priorities - update April 2016
Outcomes for Pupils
- Progress of those with multiple vulnerabilities in all subjects and all year groups is exceeded so that they attain age related expectations and beyond.
- Improve higher level attainment in KS1 writing and Ks2 writing and maths (mastery level) so the school closes the gap with national average.
Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment
- Improve quality of teaching of reading comprehension across school so that expected progress in all year groups is achieved and age related levels are in line with national at end of KS2 and KS1.
- Improve assessment for learning in Year 1 so that assessment drives teaching and learning thus impacting on children’s progress. (Accelerated progress in all areas).
- Use research outcomes to inform effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies so that expected and exceeded progress in all year groups is achieved and age related levels are in line with national averages. (groupings/ consistency of pupil response/talk and resources for active engagement)
Leadership and Management
- Implement and evaluate new teaching strategies (groupings/ consistency of pupil response/talk and resources for active engagement) so that pupil groupings are effective in stretching and providing challenge/consolidation for all – Pupil outcomes are at national expectations for age related and increasing towards national for
- Ensure EAL provision is meeting the needs of targeted children – link recent high mobility and changing demographic.
Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare
Implement PREVENT strategy through British Values – PSHE Curriculum.