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School Improvement Plan

School Development Key Priorities 2023-24

Overall Effectiveness  

  • To effectively use the government catch-up premium to support any disadvantaged groups/SEND pupils 
  • Review provision for SEND pupils 
  • To ensure that pupil outcomes for the end of all Key Stages remain above the National 2023 results, including Year 1 phonics  check  
  • To improve the number of disadvantaged pupils achieving greater depth at the end of Key Stage 1 and 2  
  • To enable parents to further understand how they can support pupil’s learning

Quality of Education  

  • To ensure that pupil knowledge and understanding is securely embedded  
  • Year 5 to make rapid progress in English and maths  
  • To improve writing opportunities  
  • Use a range of assessment for learning strategies (AfL)  
  • To refine assessment procedures for foundation subjects

Behaviour and Attitudes  


Personal Development 

  • To create an ‘Over and Beyond Curriculum’, offering enrichment opportunities 
  • To train staff on therapeutic approaches   
  • To promote Spiritual, Moral, Social, and Cultural (SMSC), mental health, and well-being 
  • To support children emotionally through pastoral interventions   
  • To promote inclusivity, tolerance and respect to ensure all pupils feel safe and recognise risks that may affect them now and in the future 
  • To develop a variety of opportunities for creative and physical development

Leadership and Management 

  •  To strengthen the effectiveness of the Senior Leadership Team and Subject Leaders so that they can carry out their roles effectively and impact teaching, learning, achievement, and attainment across the school 
  •  To embed Governance, establishing a highly effective body with specific responsibilities carried out to provide strategic challenge and support 
  •  Maintain a good standard of well-being for all staff and pupils 
  • To continue to raise the profile of the school and building links with the community  
  • Train teaching assistants to improve teaching and learning 

Early Years Foundation Stage

  • To reduce the gender gap for children achieving GLD and ELG's in Communication and Language, Literacy, Mathematics and Understanding the World
  • To improve the number of disadvantaged children achieving Early Learning Goals in Mathematics and Understanding the World
  • To develop an outside area which is accessible and engaging for all
  • To develop staff confidence when discussing cohorts and practice in EYFS