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School Improvement Plan

This is a summary of our current School Improvement Plan.

2018-20 Overview – September 2018

Overall Objective: To improve outcomes for all children and be recognised as a Good school that is on the path to becoming Outstanding within three years

Priority area 1: Attendance

Aim: To reduce Persistent Absence, particularly amongst disadvantaged pupils, so that attendance is above 96.5%

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Our yearly attendance rate is above 96.5% and the number of disadvantaged pupils who are persistent absentees is below 3

 

Priority area 2: Outcomes

Aim: To improve outcomes so that the percentage of pupils achieving greater depth in writing is in line with national averages, and the attainment of disadvantaged pupils is in line with their peers

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • The percentage of pupils achieving greater depth in writing at KS1 and 2 is in line with national averages
  • The attainment and progress of disadvantaged pupils is in line with their peers at the end of KS1 and 2
  • All other indicators are at least in line with national averages and some are above

 

Priority area 3: Teaching

Aim: To further improve teaching so that it provides effective challenge for all learners and meets the needs of the most able

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Observations, monitoring of books and discussion with pupils provide evidence that all learners are engaged at an appropriate level and all are making good progress in their learning
  • Teaching delivers the outcomes listed in priority 2

 

Priority area 4: Leadership and Management

Aim: For leaders’ plans to be sharply focused on new actions to facilitate improved outcomes, particularly for disadvantaged pupils and the more able

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Plans are shared and reviewed regularly, with a focus on the evidence of their potential impact
  • Leaders report on the impact of their plans to senior leaders and governors

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