Take a closer look at what we are aiming to achieve this year.
To ensure that all leaders (including Governors) are as efficient and effective as possible in order to improve outcomes for pupils further.
All leaders are clear about their roles and responsibilities so that school runs smoothly.
All leaders work together to improve outcomes for all pupils – particularly vulnerable groups.
All subject leaders know what is successful and prioritise what needs improvement in their subject area in order to reach ‘good’
Improve maths provision so that pupils are efficient and quick when calculating mentally and remembering key facts and they can use their knowledge and
manipulate numbers to help them solve increasingly difficult problems.
Teaching is ‘good’ or better in all classrooms and all staff are supported in developing their practice further. Standards and expectations for pupils are
consistently high and challenging in each area.
All staff give useful and purposeful feedback and become increasingly efficient at identifying barriers to learning quickly and finding ways to overcome them.
The curriculum is interesting and motivating, challenging pupils to think deeply and develop transferable skills – through staff ability to ask higher order questions
and set more complex tasks.
All parents are confidently able to support their pupils in improving their basic skills in reading, writing and maths - through school support-
and understand the expectations of their children in each year group.
Parents and teachers continue to work together to support pupils who are struggling with their mental, or emotional health. School seeks partnerships
with a wider range of services to help with this.
Pupil self-esteem and confidence increases as they become better at explaining themselves and their opinions.
Pupils work is consistently of a high standard in each subject area: They understand the importance of evaluating their work and considering how to
improve it and enjoy the satisfaction that comes with exceeding their own high expectations.
Standards of attainment increase across school to meet the needs of the new National Curriculum – particularly in maths.
Pupils have a high level of spoken vocabulary and are able to explain themselves and their reasoning effectively in every subject area.
All pupils, including vulnerable groups, make ‘good’ or better progress and an increasing number ‘master’ their year group objectives.