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School Development Priorities 2019-2020

Four Year Strategic Priorities 2016-2020 

The school vision statement was developed through consultation from stakeholders, including, all employed staff and governors.  It details our values, beliefs and culture that we strive to achieve.

From the vision we have developed four key themes that are the drivers for our annual school improvement plan.  This is the second year of the plan.  The specific priorities identified for 2017-2018 have been written to reflect the outcomes of the Ofsted inspection carried out in February 2017.

School Development Strategic Priorities 

Our Strategic priorities will be; 

  • Standards 
    • Develop an assessment framework that tracks progress and supports children’s next steps in learning. 
    • Maintain a culture of keep up not catch up (through quality first teaching and intervention). 
    • Establish a whole school approach to feedback and children response. 
    • End of key Stage 2 standards in line with national age related expectations. 
    • Review and reflect on the quality of teaching, learning and intervention to ensure constant improvement. 
  • Collaboration 
    • Teachers work together to reflect and improve the standard of teaching and learning throughout the school. 
    • Develop and contribute to the Jack Hunt Trust to further embed and extend collaborative partnerships. 
    • Continue to explore educational partnership opportunities. 
    • Establish a culture of shared planning and facilitate quality time for meetings. 
    • Create opportunities to work with local communities in meaningful ways. 
    • Engage parents in their children’s learning and in school life to build lasting relationships. 
  • Behaviour and Respect 
    • A rights respecting culture is established across school. 
    • Effective SMSC provision ensures children are safe, grow and develop as individuals and are ready for secondary and adult life. 
    • Review and reflect on our behaviour strategies to ensure continued high standards of behaviour. 
    • Children demonstrate the skills and attitudes needed to be effective participants in modern Britain. 
    • High quality pupil leadership enables children to become active and responsible citizens within the school and a range of communities. 
  • Environment and Resources  
    • Technology is used to drive work efficiencies and improve teaching and learning. 
    • Our high quality fit for purpose learning environment is organised to meet the 21st century curriculum. 
    • Excellent financial control ensures standards and provision are maintained despite budget pressures 
    • High quality staff deployment, development and appraisal, ensures the school’s vision is achieved.