School Improvement Priorities

Priority One
Quality of Education
To improve the quality of teaching in foundation subjects so that pupils know more and remember more.

Priority Two
Behaviour and Attitudes

To improve the engagement of families through creative use of Pupil Premium and Sports Premium Funding, with the expectation that attendance improves.

Priority Three
Personal Development

To make the curriculum even more relevant to learners through an emphasis on the use of the local community in our curriculum.

Priority Four
Leadership and Management

To improve the monitoring of the quality of education so that leaders, including Governors, fully understand the schools’ strengths and areas for development.

Priority Five
Effectiveness of Early Years

To develop continuous provision in Early Years across the indoor and outdoor environment.

Priority Six
RE and Collective Worship

To develop the leadership of pupils in relation to Collective Worship and Social Action projects.

Further details can be found in our School Improvement Plan below.

Class work

Class work