School Improvement Plan
School Improvement Plan 2023-24
We are continually aiming to achieve the best outcomes for the pupils in our school. Our School Improvement Plan (SIP) outlines the key areas for the following year to raise standards across the school. Our 2023-24 SIP objectives are:
PRIORITY 1: Quality of Education
- To continue to raise the number of pupils attaining GDS writing.
- To raise attainment in writing for the disadvantaged pupils
- To close the gap between boys and girls in writing
- To ensure high standards in writing across all foundation subjects
- To further embed adaptations across all foundation subjects
PRIORITY 2: Behaviour and Attitudes
- Reduce the number of persistent absentees and those at risk of persistent absence
- Reduce the number of holidays taken in term time
- Behaviour is exemplary at all times, as all pupils and staff believe in our behaviour expectations
- High need pupils' challenging behaviour is managed effectively
PRIORITY 3: Personal Development
- All pupils to develop leadership skills.
- Pupils know how to discuss and debate issues in a considered way.
PRIORITY 4: Leadership and Management
- Safeguarding procedures continue to follow current guidance and school embeds a culture of vigilance where safeguarding is an important part of every day.
- The Governing Body impacts positively on school effectiveness.
- Senior Leaders continue to develop leadership at all levels through CPD and further developing links with other schools. CPD for new Early Years Leads.
PRIORITY 5: EYFS
- New staff receive relevant CPD
- New leads have opportunities/knowledge to make an impact.
School Improvement Plan 2022-23
We are continually aiming to achieve the best outcomes for the pupils in our school. Our School Improvement Plan (SIP) outlines the key areas for the following year to raise standards across the school. Our 2022-23 SIP objectives are:
1) To ensure all pupils are competent, fluent readers.
2) To ensure assessment of learning in foundation subjects is accurate and is used effectively to inform learning, with particular focus on those pupils working at Greater Depth.
3) To improve the attendance of pupils, following a dip after Covid.
4) To ensure the teaching and learning in computing is of a high standard.