Overview of School Improvement Priorities 2016-17
- Effectiveness of Leadership and Management – Increase capacity at all levels of leadership to include effective use of monitoring to impact teaching and learning.
- Increased capacity at all levels of leadership, leaders involved in the monitoring of their own subject area.
- To further embed the schools’ vision and fundamental SMSC
- To ensure the safety and well-being of pupils at all times.
Further develop the role of Governors in monitoring
- Quality of teaching – Increase standards of Maths, Reading & Writing across KS1 & KS2 (100% of teaching to be at least good)
- All pupils will make at least good progress across all subjects and all year groups.
- Effective practice will be shared; increasing the % of teaching that is good and outstanding to 100% from 70% in summer term 2016.
- Children are more resilient in their approach to learning.
- Interventions continue to impact on progress, particularly for PP groups compared to nationally.
- Assessment system is embedded and shows progress and attainment.
- Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare –
To increase awareness of E- Safety and Staying Safe.
To sustain the sense of our global community.
To further develop children’s spiritual development.
- All children and staff have a wider understanding of safety within the curriculum.
- Children have a greater understanding of how to stay safe on line and in the community
- Children have a greater understanding of their school saints and can plan and lead worships to celebrate the life of their Saint.
- Further young leadership programmes are created at school.
- Links with French schools are strengthened through correspondence
- International School Award achieved.
- Links to RE Action Plan
- Outcomes for Pupils: To develop the use of formative and summative assessment to improve pupil attainment and achievement so that above 80% of all pupils are achieving age related expectations at both Key Stages.
- All pupils continue to consistently make good progress throughout all year groups especially in Reading, Writing and Maths
- Teachers know the attainment grades and progress for all pupils and use this to inform their planning
- Given their starting points the standards of attainment of all groups of pupils are likely to be at least in-line with national averages with many pupils attaining above this
- A higher percentage of Year 6 children to achieve the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined. This should increase on the 2016’s 61% that met the combined score.
- A higher % of children to achieve the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths in Year 2 than in 2016.
- A higher % of boys attaining ‘At Greater Depth’ in reading and writing at the end of all key assessment points – EYFS, Year 2 and Year 6.
- Early Years– Increase standards of provision in EYFS. (GLD 75%)
- GLD 75% of pupils to achieve a 2 (or higher)
- A varied curriculum incorporating all curriculum areas.
- At least 4 out of the 7 PP children to make GLD