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School Development

Priorities

School Development and Improvement Areas - September 2017

 

Building and Premises

- New School hall extention proposed for Summer 2018

- Redecoration of Year R, Year 3/4 and group room

- New resources in Year R and Year 1/2 to promote 'physical development'

- Refresh of Computing equipment Spring 2018

- Development of library - purchase of new seating and soft furnishings

 

Maths

- To raise the standard of attainment in Year R

- To raise the standard of attainment for disadvantaged children in Year 5/6

- To raise the standard of pupils attaining 'Greater Depth' at Key Stage 2

- To increase the rate of progress by SEN pupils in Key Stage 2

- To develop the range of resources for Maths teaching and intervention

- To develop greater 'reasoning' and 'mastery' approaches to teaching Maths

- To develop mathematical fluency

- To ensure teaching is consistently 'good' or better

- To develop parent understanding of and how to support Maths at home

 

English

- To continue to develop speech and language progression in Year R and Key Stage 1

- To ensure attainment in Year 1 phonics remains consistently above National Expectations

- To ensure that teaching is consistently 'good' or better

- To raise the standard of attainment in Writing in Year 5/6, particualrly for disadvantaged pupils

- To raise the standard of attainment in Writing with boys in Year 2, 5 and 6

- To accelerate the progress of Grammar and Punctuation/Spelling in Year 5

- To review the teaching of spelling

- To encourage uptake of reading at home and school

- To encourage greater use of the school library

 

Early Years

- To achieve 'outstanding' practice in Year R

- To raise attainment in Maths

- To continue to develop speech and language progression in Year R

 

Other Priorities

- To develop pupil's greater awareness and understanding or Personal, Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning

- To develop a good understanding of the diversity of cultures that make up modern Britain

 

Attendance Target - 97%

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