School Improvement


Every year we analyse our assessment results from end of Foundation Stage, end of Key Stage 1 and end of Key Stage 2. We also look at the progress of pupils in Pre School, Year 1, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5. We study these figures to help us establish our priority areas for the coming year.

We measure our figures against figures given to us by the Department of Education and this helps us to establish where our pupils are against national standards.

We complete a detailed Self- Evaluation called the SEF. This brings together data analysis, feedback from classroom observations, pupils' book scrutiny and discussions about learning with the pupils undertaken by the Senior Leadership team and Governors. It helps us establish targets for the pupils, the Key Stages and for the whole school. Through our plan we are pro-active and strive to tackle areas of under-achievement in our pupils. In our plan we also include areas that we want to develop further around the school or projects that we are involved in.

The aim of our school improvement plan is to improve outcomes for all pupils.
Due to CV19 we have created a Recovery Improvement Plan, it is essential that our curriculum offer from September 2020, whilst dealing with pupils' anxieties and well-being, is clearly focussed on rebuilding the knowledge and skills across the broad and ambitious curriculum that pupils will need in readiness for the next stage of their education. Further IT and contingency planning improvements to remote learning capabilities have been established to ensure capacity is in place should it be needed again at short notice.
This Recovery Plan (see below) works alongside last years AIP- after evaluating where our pupils needs were on our return. This plan as with all plans will change and be adapted to best fit the priorities of our pupils . The support pathway of provision will be under constant review to ensure the type, regularity, resources used and the impact are meaningful and actually making a difference.