What Is A School Development Plan?
How Are The Key Areas Decided Upon?
Many factors contribute to the key areas of the School Development Plan. These include: the vision set by the Head and Governors, OFSTED reports, external monitoring, data collected by the school and the school's self evaluation of strengths and areas for development. The views of the parents and children are also taken into account through the Parent Questionnaire.
What Are The Key Areas This Year?
1. To develop the role of subject leaders in the foundation subjects.
2. Further improve the progress of pupils in Maths, with a specific focus upon the higher attainers, by developing their approach to problem solving.
3. To further develop the teaching of synthetic phonics.
4. To develop and embed a revised PSHE curriculum across the school.
5. To develop nursery provision for two to four year olds.
What Were Our Key Areas Last Year (2018-19)
1.To improve the outcomes for all groups of pupils, through the use of the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach.
2.To further develop cognitive challenge by inspiring and igniting pupils' imaginations, through their reading experiences across the curriculum.
3.To implement and embed, a revised online safety curriculum, which both provides and educates pupils against the following areas of risk: content,contact and conduct.
4.To develop pupils' characteristics as scientists and their greater depth of knowledge, understanding and skills.
You can find out more about our progress towards meeting our objectives below: