School Improvement Priorities 2021-22
Quality of Education
1a) To ensure the school’s curriculum intent and implementation are embedded consistently across the school so that work is of a consistently high quality in all wider curriculum subject areas.
1b) To ensure a culture of challenge runs throughout the school.
1c) To develop an enquiry-based learning approach in Key Stage 1 through continuous provision.
1d) To further develop the mastery approach to teaching Mathematics and improve the use of CPA across school.
Behaviour and Attitudes
2a) To use our school ethos, values and routines to support children in their recovery and development post-pandemic.
2b) To continue to monitor attendance and to work swiftly with families whose attendance causes concern.
3a) To strengthen pupil voice by renewing our Investors in Children Award.
3b) To continue to enhance our children’s Cultural Capital and celebrate diversity by renewing our LGBTQ+ Educate & Celebrate Gold Award Status
3c) To continue our focus on wellbeing and recovery due to the effects of COVID 19 – Embed our RSE curriculum and further develop active, outdoor learning, forest schools, supporting emotional resilience and well-being.
Leadership and Management
4a) To further develop the role of subject leaders to enable them to develop themselves as specialists in their curriculum areas and to take full responsibility for the subjects they lead.
4b) To continue to ensure governors and senior leaders have a full and realistic picture of the impact of the school improvement priorities using an increased range of monitoring processes.
4c) To ensure the school continues to provide a safe environment in line with COVID-19 Government Advice
5a) To ensure that the new EYFS Reforms 2021 are embedded and utilised effectively.
5b) To provide training and development for Early Years staff to raise the profile of teaching to outstanding across the phase.
5c) To continue to adapt our curriculum offer and provision to meet the ever-changing needs of our early years children due to the effects of COVID19.