School Development Plan
Annually school produces a ‘School Development Plan’. The purpose of the plan is to explain the main developments which will take place in school during the year. The aim of the plan is to continue to raise standards of education for all children in school. To identify what needs to be done the School Development Plan uses all the data collected through on going assessments and monitoring during the year. Once the data has been analysed, key areas for development are identified and action plans are agreed and implemented.
Some of the data used to help identify areas which require improvement include:- Pupil assessment data; Feedback from staff in the form of an annual audit ; Subject Leader evaluation and monitoring feedback; pupil questionnaires; parent questionnaires; monitoring of the quality of teaching, talking to children and looking at the work they produce.
Please find below a summary of the key developments which will take place in school from September 2015 to July 2016. A full copy of the school development can be found in school.
School Development Plan Key Areas of Focus 2016-2017
- Reading: To raise standards in Reading so that a greater proportion of children reach age related expectations at the end of each Key Stage.
- Writing - To continue to raise standards in Writing so that a greater proportion of children reach age related expectations at the end of each Key Stage.
- Maths - To raise standards in Maths so that a greater proportion of children securely meet the age related expectations at the end of each Key Stage.
- Personal Development and Wellbeing - To ensure the School Curriculum provides outstanding opportunities for children to enhance their personal development, behaviour and wellbeing and also develop a curiousity and love of learning to ensure that all children become tolerant, valued and productive members of the global community.
- OFSTED Key Issue - To raise the quality of teaching so that it is outstanding.