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Priority 1

The Quality of Education

Continue to review and plan the curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact effectively, in order to ensure there is a coherent sequence of learning that fully meets the needs of all pupils.

 

Ensure all Foundation Subjects are implemented effectively with a focus on the well planned progression of learning.

 

Ensure learning is appropriately challenging and lessons are structured to support and develop independent learning.

 

Continue to improve the organisation, provision, progress and monitoring of pupils with SEND and other identified vulnerable groups including those who are disadvantaged.

 

Assist staff in delivering the curriculum and accurately assess learning in line with the school’s curriculum map and assessment criteria (Plan/do/review).

 

Ensure quality first teaching is always of the highest quality.

 

Ensure ‘Blended Learning’ is well established and offers all pupils high quality full curriculum: Ensure To develop strategies to further improve parent engagement with their child’s learning.

 

Priority 2

Behaviour and Attitudes

To further improve lunchtime playground experiences

 

To develop the use of the garden at lunchtime.

 

Priority 3

Personal Development and SMSC

To further embed Pupil Voice.

 

Implement and embed the school’s learning behaviours (see Learning Behaviours plan).

 

To further improve the extra-curricular offer to widen opportunities for enrichment.

 

To extend wrap around care in order to provide further pastoral support to pupils and their families.

 

Priority 4

Leadership and Management

To develop high quality efficient leadership at all levels in order to effectively support outcomes and the quality of education across the school.

 

To further improve the school policies, systems and procedures.

 

To secure succession planning, share expertise and learn from other local schools.

 

THE EARLY YEARS

To continue to review and effectively plan excellent quality provision both indoors and outdoors so that there is a coherent sequence of learning that fully meets the needs of all pupils and prepares them for KS1.


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