Key priorities for the School Plan 2021-2022
Quality of Education
To further develop the teaching of phonics and reading and have a consistent approach across the school that equips pupils with the skills to make progress in line with their ability
Embed a system that effectively captures pupil journeys through the triangulation of the range of assessment tools
To develop the capacity of all teachers to be subject leaders, ensuring subject knowledge is developed and excellent practice is shared. All curriculum leaders ensure that (a) the learning in their subjects is well sequenced, (b) taught in a highly effective manner that (c) leads to good outcomes for all pupils.
To further develop and embed the school specialist communication and teaching strategies for pupils with Autism
Behaviour and Attitudes
To remodel the Positive Behaviour Policy and approach to become a wellbeing Policy and plan for all pupils
Embed strategies that ensures positive learning attitudes, and that play and enrichment are more effective for supporting all pupils with their learning, development and well-being
To embed the new PSHCE/RSE curriculum across the school.
Continue to develop and extend opportunities for pupils to learn outdoors, onsite and offsite, provide a wider variety of activities and resources to support pupils’ well-being and engagement
Leadership and Management
To begin to develop a coaching culture across the school
Continue to build strong partnership links with other schools and the local community to share good practice and use them to further enhance the quality of education and CPD for our staff
To further develop the role of governors in monitoring across the school
To ensure succession planning is robust to meet the future needs of the school community
6th Form Provision
To embed the Gatsby Bench mark tool as the framework to guide and improve careers provision
To embed the Preparation for Adulthood Core Standards
Early Years Provision
To implement changes to the foundation curriculum.
To implement the new foundation baseline assessment and complete t baseline assessments to set challenging targets for YrR Pupils so they make good progress