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School Development Priorities 2016-2018

The School Development Plan enables the school’s vision to be shared and understood by the whole school community. Our aim is to work and learn together as a community in order to improve and be the best that we can be. The School Development Plan should give everyone an understanding of where the school is going and what actions will be taken to ensure we get there.

 

The priorities identified in our School Development Plan (2016-2017) are:

 

  • PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOUR, AND WELFARE - To improve attendance so it is at least in line with national standards (96%).

-Individual rewards for children with 100% attendance. 

-Weekly celebrations of class attendance in line with National Standards. 

-Class prize for the best class performance. 

  • TEACHING AND LEARNINGTo continue to improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. 

​​​​​​​-Use the O-Track assessment system. 

-Attend training and moderation with cluster schools. 

-Take part in the Read Write Inc EEF research programme. 

-Introduce Big Maths: Steps to success across the school. 

  • OUTCOMES - To raise attainment across the school so that more pupils reach expected standards, at least in line with national in Reading, Writing and Maths.

-Take part in the Read Write Inc EEF research programme. 

-Introduce Big Maths: Steps to success across the school. 

-Continue to write across the curriculum. 

  • LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT - To develop effective leadership and management, ensuring leaders are supported in their roles, improving pupil outcomes in line with national. 

-Attend meetings and training with cluster schools ​​​​​​​

- Subject leaders to monitor school effectiveness. 

  •  EYFS - To develop and sustain a high quality learning environment in the EYFS.

​​​​​​​- Improve the outdoor provision at the Potterne site for all children. This will include a large scale playground re-development, of which we hope to use local companies. 

- Continue to support children to access the provision within the indoor classroom, providing opportunities for child initiated learning.