Every academic year, senior leaders and governors meet to decide the school's priorities for the following 12 months. This is formulated in to a document called the School Improvement Plan (SIP.)
Priorities are chosen based upon the school's needs, progress in particular areas, government initiatives or areas that are distinctive to our school.
All staff have a role in achieving the objectives through a set of actions and criteria that are monitored and evaluated regularly throughout the year by SLT, governors, staff and children.
This year our priorities are:
Key Priority 1: To continue to embed our Christian distinctiveness across our school community
Key Priority 2: To raise attainment in English across the school.
Key Priority 3: To raise attainment in maths across all year groups
Key Priority 4: SEND - Teaching & Learning: to improve provision for children with SEND, impacting on pupil achievement
Key Priority 5: SEND - to improve Mental Health and Wellbeing provision for children and staff.
Key Priority 6: To improve teaching and learning across the curriculum
Key Priority 7: To improve EYFS provision