“Our vision is to create a school community where children participate, excel and are proud of their achievements…”
Rigorous self-evaluation lies at the heart of well managed and effective school improvement. It is based on evidence about the standards achieved by pupils, the quality of teaching and the effectiveness of leadership and management.
Raising standards of achievement and maintaining excellence requires school planning to deliver the changes in management and teaching which enable pupils to realise their potential fully. This is best done where the head teacher and governors set clear improvement targets as part of the annual cycle of planning and within a clear on-going strategic plan.
Priorties for 2016-17 are:
Priority 1: To Improve attainment and progress for our disadvantaged pupils (Those in receipt of Pupil Premium) across school by continuing to close the gap with their peers national expectations
Priority 2: To Improve attainment and progress for our EAL children across school by continuing to close the gap with their peers and national expectations
Priority 3: To improve attainment and progress for Writing and Maths across the school