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Whole School Priorities

Each year we set our whole school priorities for the year ahead. We write a school improvement plan that identifies each of these priorities and includes a series of actions and timescales. 

The priorities for the academic year 2017-18 are outlined below.

 

Priority One

Continue to improve the quality of teaching and learning so that pupil progress is at least in line with that expected nationally for all groups of learners and attainment is consistently above national outcomes.

 

Priority Two

Develop strong character education, Christian values and curriculum provision which effectively supports pupils spiritually, morally, socially and culturally.

 

Priority Three

Enhance the reading culture in school in order to continually improve reading outcomes for all children.

 

Priority Four

Develop outdoor learning opportunities in the EYFS to increase early communication skills

 

Priority Five

Further improve our lunchtime provision for all children to ensure the behaviour and welfare of pupils is exemplary.

 

Priority Six

Ensure our safeguarding policies and procedures continue to be effective in an ever changing world.

 

The priorities for the year 2016-17 are outlined below;

 

Priority One
Continue to improve the quality of teaching and learning so that pupil progress continues to be at least in line with that expected nationally and attainment is consistently above national average.
Priority Two
Continue to develop leadership and management to support good rates of pupil progress.
Priority Three
Develop strong curriculum provision which effectively supports pupils spiritually, morally, socially and culturally.
Priority Four
Develop the knowledge of all stakeholders to ensure that our children continue to remain safe in an ever-changing world.
Priority Five
Develop our Christian values and ethos by increasing pupils’ understanding and appreciation of the Christian faith and respect for other global faiths.

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