Teaching, learning and assessment
- 100% of teaching is judged as good or better. Teaching overall is outstanding.
- Focus on assessment and feedback policy and its impact – especially self and peer assessment.
- Use the coaching model to further develop and share excellent teaching, management and leadership practice.
- Narrow any identified gaps for vulnerable groups (including YBM).
- Continue staff development in SEND and inclusion, enabling staff to effectively support all pupils.
- Further develop Nurture and SEMH provision leading to zero (or minimal) exclusions.
- Develop a depth of knowledge and skills across all curriculum subjects
- Handwriting and presentation continues to be a focus with an emphasis on spelling.
- A whole school focus on mental health and well-being which influences every level of learning.
- Promote sustainability within the curriculum and the community.
- Develop oracy skills across the school (EYFS – Y6) using Voice 21
- Reception pupils meet or exceed the national percentage of children achieving Good Level of Development (GLD) in all areas focussing on Reading, Writing and Maths.
- KS1 pupils meet or exceed the national expectations (including progress) in Reading, Writing and Maths combined.
- Year 1 pupils meet or exceed the national expectation of the Phonics screening check.
- Year 4 are successful with the times tables check
- Year 6 pupils meet or exceed the national expectations (including progress) in Reading, Writing and Maths combined.