School Improvement Plan

This is a summary of our current School Improvement Plan.

2020-22 Overview – September 2020

Overall Objective: to continue to improve outcomes for all children and provide a high quality primary education that is fit for 21st century London

Priority area 1: Outcomes in Mathematics

Aim: To improve outcomes in Maths so that all indicators are at least in line with national averages

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Rates of progress and attainment across KS2 improve so that progress measures are above national averages
  • EY number, shape, space and measures, in line with national average at end of EYFS
  • KS1 maths in line with national average – progress across the key stages is good
  • Multiplication test score in year 4 is above the national average
  • We have +ve progress score for all groups (boys and girls, disadvantaged children, children with English as an additional language) at the end of KS2

Priority area 2: Quality of Education - Curriculum Development

Aim: To introduce a new revised and improved curriculum that is fit for purpose and meets the requirements of the NC in all subject areas

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Monitoring shows that all subjects are covered adequately
  • New curriculum available to view - mid-term planning on school website
  • Assessments at end of unit/topic show that key knowledge and skills are learned
  • Curriculum is supported by LA adviser
  • External review confirms the school’s judgement that the quality of education is good
  • Feedback from pupils is positive

Priority area 3: Inclusion – teaching and learning

Aim: To ensure that teaching and learning meets the needs of all pupils so that all make good progress

We will know we have achieved this when:

  • Monitoring shows that all pupils make good progress in lessons, including more able learners
  • PP spend plan is updated, published and regularly reported on to Governors
  • Termly Pupil Progress meetings are used to track progress including individual PP pupils and all relevant groups
  • All interventions are monitored for impact and adjusted if evidence shows it is necessary
  • Pupil feedback indicates that the level of challenge in lessons is appropriate for the range of learners

Priority area 4: Anti-racist learning

Aim: To provide an education that is anti-racist and enables pupils to understand where prejudice and racist ideas emanate from and equips them with the confidence to challenge them

  • Pupils are able to articulate an understanding of anti-racism
  • The Curriculum reflects diversity and enables challenges to dominant narratives in all subjects, especially history
  • Texts used in English include Black characters and experiences
  • Class teachers and leaders can identify their everyday anti-racist work
  • Pupils can recognise racism and discuss how to counter it
  • Whole school community, including parents and carers, are engaged in this work