Key Priorities

2020/21

Teaching, learning and assessment

  • Ensure 100% of teaching is judged as good or better, with an increased percentage of outstanding teachers.
  • Increase the fluency of number bonds KS1 and times tables skills across KS2 provision across the school
  • Effectively use maths resources to ensure pupils master key skills in mathematics
  • Develop Assessment for Learning strategies

Inclusion

  • Narrow gaps for vulnerable groups.
  • Continue staff development in SEND and inclusion, enabling staff to more effectively support all pupils.

Curriculum

  • Build on existing plans to enhance the wider curriculum by extending and deepening pupils’ subject-specific knowledge, skills and understanding, so that these are strong in all areas Ofsted development point
  • A whole school focus on mental health and well-being which influences every level of learning.
  • To broaden and enrich vocabulary, with a focus on a topic-based curriculum.
  • Promote the Young Black Men project

Outcomes

  • Statutory testing and reporting outcomes are above national expectations
  • Increased number of pupils on roll with a focus on reception classes.
  • Reduced expenditure on resources across the school (all departments)
  • Ensure Year 2 phonics test results are in line with last years year 1 predictions