​School Development Plan Priorities 2017-18

 

Priority One:​

 

To continue raising high standards in all areas of English with a particular focus on improving Speaking and Listening.

To ensure the more able children are being challenged in Maths throughout the school to improve the rates of progress still further.

 

 

RATIONALE: Now that standards have improved in teaching and learning to continue to ensure that the high standards are maintained.  The most able children are being challenged through greater depth activies and progress is always evident in the children’s books.Priority Four:

 

To ensure the recommendations given during the last SIAMs inspection are fully embedded within school practice so that the school is ready for the SIAMs Health Check.

Priority Two:

 

To ensure that marking is being used to accelerate progress.

 

It will be evident in lessons that assessment has informed teachers understanding of individual learning, and pupils will be making excellent progress in all lessons.

 

 

RATIONALE: Marking to be used effectively to ensure learning is always progressing.

Priority Three:

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To raise the profile of ‘Personal Social Health Education’ (PSHE) within school to ensure that children know how to keep themselves healthy and safe outside of school.

 

 

RATIONALE: The profile of PSHE is raised and is used to teach children how to keep themselves healthy and safe outside of school. 

Priority Two:

 

To ensure that marking is being used to accelerate progress.

 

It will be evident in lessons that assessment has informed teachers understanding of individual learning, and pupils will be making excellent progress in all lessons.

 

 

RATIONALE: Marking to be used effectively to ensure learning is always progressing.