SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Every year the school and nursery evaluates practice and from this we produce a School Improvement Report that informs the School Improvement Plan for the following session. The School Improvement Plan outlines developments in which all staff, children and parents will be involved to further develop the curriculum and to enhance opportunities and experiences for the children. When deciding on school improvement priorities we take account of local and national priorities, the school curriculum, and the results of audit exercises carried out in the school and nursery class. Consideration is also given to how we can further improve standards in relation to literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing.
2019-20 School Improvement Priorities:
- Raise attainment, with a particular focus on literacy and numeracy, through working together on self-evaluation tasks and using a range of data to inform our practice.
- To make effective use of assessment and moderation to ensure children experience appropriate success and achievement.
- Children will benefit from high-quality learning experiences as a result of robust and valid assessment and moderation.
- Further develop the whole school curriculum to ensure that all children can engage in a range of experiences across all curricular areas.
- This will include the development of STEM (Science, Technologies, Engineering and Maths) which is our Cluster Priority.
The current priorities will be reviewed throughout the school year and the new School Improvement Plan for 2020-2021 will be available in August 2020.
At our information sessions during Parents’ Evenings we share information on the SIP and seek the views and input of parents. We ask for parents/carers to be involved in supporting us in taking forward and reviewing initiatives. We regularly post information on Twitter, sharing the work that we do in school.