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School priorities

1.Secure strong and effective leadership and management
  • developing a school culture that focuses on an ambitious vision for providing high quality, inclusive education and training to all through strong, shared values, polices and practice
  • implementing a robust programme of CPD to ensure people development is at the heart of the school’s work with a focus on improving staff’s subject, pedagogical and pedagogical content knowledge to enhance the teaching of the curriculum and the appropriate use of assessment
  • engaging with all stakeholders and creating a school that is centred on community
  • ensuring those responsible for governance understand their role and carry this out effectively-hey ensure that the provider has a clear vision and strategy and that resources are managed well and hold leaders to account for the quality of education
2 Safeguarding always act in the best interests of children, pupils and students to protect them online and offline by:
  • identifying children, pupils and students who may need early help, and who are at risk of harm or have been harmed. This can include, but is not limited to, neglect, abuse (including by their peers), grooming or exploitation
  • managing safe recruitment and allegations about adults who may be a risk to children, pupils, students and vulnerable adults.
  • identifying children, pupils and students who may need early help, and who are at risk of harm or have been harmed.
  • securing the help that children, pupils and students need
3. Improve the quality of education Improve the quality of education in all year groups so that it is consistently good or better by:
  • developing a consistent pedagogical approach to the fundamental elements of quality first teaching
  • eradicating inadequate teaching
  • ensuring all staff are ambitious for pupils’ achievements, and work is set at the right level to provide suitable challenge for all
  • making sure that teachers make better checks on pupils’ progress and understanding in lessons
  • ensuring teachers use constructive feedback in lessons so pupils know how well they are doing and what they need to do to
  • improve their work using teaching assistants more effectively to accelerate pupils’ learning
4. Raising standards of personal development, behaviour and attitudes across the
school by:
  • carefully analysing logs of pupils’ behaviour to ascertain, and take action about, underlying causes of incidents by ensuring consistent logging of incidents
  • helping all pupils to display respectful behaviour towards to each other and to adults using the ethos and values of the school
  • further developing a school culture which promotes high standards of behaviour for learning resulting in confident, self-assured learners
  • implementing new behaviour system and policy
  • developing and embedding whole school values
  • ensuring learners have high attendance and are punctual
5. Develop the quality of early years education to ensure that the children receive the
very best start to their education by:
  •  Providing a curriculum which meet the needs of the range of children who attend, particularly any children with SEND providing a range of stimulating activities
  • by promoting confidence and fluency in spoken language
  • ensuring the provision promotes the characteristics of an effective learner and focuses on children’s personal, social and emotional development taking urgent action to develop children’s early reading and writing skills to prepare them well for Year 1
  • creating an accurate record of each child’s achievements to plan activities based on their prior learning