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School Improvement Plan

New Curriculum Readiness Action Plan

 

All schools want their pupils to succeed, but schools can only make a lasting difference when they focus on specific goals and strategies for change. School improvement planning is a process through which schools set goals for improvement, and make decisions about how and when these goals will be achieved. The ultimate objective of the process is to improve pupils achievement levels by enhancing the way curriculum is delivered, by creating a positive environment for learning, and by increasing the degree to which parents are involved in their children’s learning at school and in the home.

 

Here is an overview of our School Improvement Plan (SIP) for the academic year 2019-20. 

 

 

SDP Targets

1. STANDARDS

 

1a   To continue to improve standards in literacy, particularly the performance of MAT and vulnerable learners through a child centred curriculum.

1.b  To continue to improve standards in numeracy particularly the performance of MAT and vulnerable learners  through a child centred curriculum.

1.c  To continue to improve standards in Science & Technology, particularly the performance of MAT and vulnerable learners  through a child centred curriculum.

2. WELLBEING AND ATTITUDES TO LEARNING

Further strengthen wider community engagement with all stakeholders to develop ambitious, capable and ethnically informed learners

 

3. TO IMPROVE TEACHING AND LEARNING

 

To continue to raise standards in teaching and learning, ensuring all teaching and learning experiences are good or better; utilise lead practitioners to combat in school variation through ‘coaching’ and other CPD opportunities in readiness for the new curriculum.  

 

4. CARE, SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE

      To continue to ensure the school environment enhances excellent teaching and learning opportunities and promotes the Christian ethos

5. LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Further strengthen leadership at all levels to support future growth, in order to secure and sustain a self-improving school system that is ready for the new curriculum.