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School Development Plan Summary

School Development Priorities

2018 ~ 19 Summary

 

Targets for July 2019

 

EYFS (Reception)

80 % to achieve a Good Level of Development

Achieving the ‘Expected Standard’:

Reading: 83% (20%), Writing: 80% (12%), Number: 83%, (17%)

Exceeding the expected standard in brackets

PHONICS

Year 1: 90 % Pass Year 2: 50% Pass re-test (2/4 children)

 

 

 

KEY STAGE 1

 

END OF YEAR 2

PROGRESS

The school’s tracking system targets all pupils in KS1 to make a minimum of 1 point+ each year and 2 points+ from the end of EYFS to end of KS1 to ensure at least expected progress in Reading, Writing and Maths.

ATTAINMENT

GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION & SPELLING

READING

WRITING

MATHS

Expected Standard

85%

85%

80%

85%

Exceeding the Expected Standard

25%

35%

20%

20%

 

 

 

KEY STAGE 2

 

END OF YEAR 6

PROGRESS

The school’s tracking system targets all pupils in KS2 to make a minimum of 1 point+ progress each year and 4 points+ from the end of KS1 to the end of KS2. End of EYFS data is also considered when setting targets.

ATTAINMENT

GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION & SPELLING

READING

WRITING

MATHS

Expected Standard

85%

92%

80%

81%

Exceeding the Expected Standard

25%

43%

20%

29%

READING, WRITING AND MATHS COMBINED

Expected 68%

Exceeding 12%

             

 

 

 

The Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

 

  • To broaden the range of strategies used to support inclusion
  • To expand the range of instant feedback strategies used to tackle misconceptions
  • To provide further opportunities to consolidate key skills and knowledge in Maths and English.

 

The Effectiveness of the Early Years Provision

 

  • To expand upon creative opportunities outside for children to:-

      • play and explore

      • actively learn

      • create and think critically

 

Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

 

  • To improve the resilience and independence of learners.

 

The Effectiveness of Leadership and Management

 

  • As a National Support School and Mathematics Hub Specialist, to take a leading role in raising national standards through sharing good practice with other schools.

  • To continue investing in all teachers as leaders through tailored professional development opportunities
  • To refine provision for identified children to accelerate progress

 

 

Together we learn,together we grow, with faith, love and God beside us
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