Aberuthven Primary School

Respect and opportunities for all

School Improvement Plan 2019 – 2020

        School Improvement Plan 2019 – 2020

 

Improvement Outcome 1:

 Digital Learning

To use digital technology across our school community to support and enhance learning.

(Completion Date: June 2020)

What Impact will we measure?

-Use of Digital technology to support IDL lessons across the whole School.

-Relevant, individualised applications and resources used to support ASN pupils.

– Seesaw used by both Staff and Pupils.

-Moderation opportunities across both classrooms.

-Raised levels of attainment in all pupils.

-Parental engagement.

How will we measure the impact?

-School self-evaluation using Digital Strategy.

-Clear, agreed, whole School process of how IPads can be used in Class.

-Collaborative creation of School Digital Strategy and Digital Pathway created.

-Appoint Staff Digital Lead Learner and review Digital resources available in School

-Access support from IT services

-Both Teachers and Pupils to use Seesaw to record learning experiences.

-HT/ Peer/Self-observation of Digital lessons.

-Information Open Evenings for Parents.

-Parent ‘drop-in’ sessions.

-Information shared with Parents on whole School approach to Digital learning.

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Improvement Outcome 2:

Health   & Wellbeing

Empower feedback at all levels across our whole school community.

(Completion Date: June 2020)

What Impact will we measure?

-Pupil, Parents and Staff all feel that their voice is heard in shaping the future of our School.

-Class Teachers taking part in regular self-evaluation, forming their own next steps

-Pupils taking part in self-regulation lessons to support their ability to share their opinions in a calm and constructive manner.

-Ensure that restorative practise is embedded across our School community consistently.

learning.

How will we measure the impact?

-Pupils/ Staff and Parents participation in ‘Rights Respecting School’ Silver Award, exploring their own Rights and embracing the opportunity to share their ideas, opinions through a variety of feedback methods

-Collegiate discussion and reflection time planned.

-Clear format to support and encourage self-reflection

-Staff take part in ‘self-observation’ as part of the moderation timetable and accessing appropriate CPD.

-Pupils will feedback to staff through questionnaire their ability to self- regulate in August 2019 and again in January 2020.

-All Staff to use restorative practise in supporting pupil behaviour and choices.

-Use of Wellbeing Webs/ HGIOS feedback, pupils check ins, assembly reflective discussion, rights respecting Schools as a forum for discussion to obtain pupil feedback.

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Improvement Outcome 3:

Numeracy

To improve the attainment of all pupils in Numeracy.

 (Completion Date: May 2020)

What Impact will we measure?

-Raised levels of attainment in Numeracy

-Quality of Maths resources.

-Teaching and Learning of Writing across the School

-Raised levels of attainment in a core group of pupils.

-Parental Involvement

How will we measure the impact?

-Use of a variety of assessment tools

-Use of new Mental Maths Tracking sheet and explicit teaching and testing of mental Maths skills.

-Staff to monitor progress and give next steps in their feedback.

-Appoint Staff Numeracy Lead Learner and review Maths resources

-HT to observe Maths lessons as per Monitoring and Moderation timetable.

-Collegiate discussion to ensure continuity of approach to teaching of Maths and agree strategies used across the whole school community.

-Staff to timetable Mental Maths starter at the beginning of each Maths lesson.

-Information Open Evenings for Parents/ Maths on Show afternoons/information booklets.

 

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