School Improvement - Priorities and Performance

School Improvement Priorities 2018-19

Our priorities this year are:

 

To Improve the quality of Leadership and Management by ensuring that:

- Teaching is strengthened so it is strong in all year groups 

- Leaders, including middle leaders, develop an accurate understanding of their areas of responsibility 

 

To improve the quality of Teaching and learning by ensuring that:

- Teachers check pupils' understanding and clarify misconceptions 

- Expectations of behaviour are consistently high

- Pupils deepen their knowledge and understanding across the curriculum 

- Teachers' expectations of pupils' work in all subjects is consistently high

- Pupils who have SEND have work closely matched to their needs

- More able children have tasks that are routinely challenging 

- Pupils in Early Years and KS1 have strong opportunties to apply their phonics skills 

- Lower ability pupils develop their fluency in Reading

 

Name Date  
End of Key Stage Two Results 2017 01st Nov 2017 Download
How well school performed in 2015 - 2016 25th Sep 2016 Download
Key Stage One and Early Years Results St... 27th Sep 2018 Download
Key Stage Two Results Summary 2018 17th Dec 2018 Download
Post-Ofsted Action Plan 2018-20 07th Dec 2018 Download
School Improvement Priorities 2015 - 201... 24th Sep 2015 Download
School Improvement Priorities 2016 - 201... 18th Sep 2016 Download
School Improvement Priorities 2017 - 201... 30th Sep 2017 Download
School Improvement Priorities 2018-19 18th Sep 2018 Download