School Improvement Plan and Self Evaluation Form

Key Priority 1 - Linked to SEF Priority 1 and 2

 

  • Rapidly improve outcomes for learners.

Key Priority 2 - Linked to SEF Priority 1 and 3

  • Rapidly address teaching so that learning and assessment are consistently effective and judged as at least good against Ofsted criteria.

Key Priority 3 - Linked to SEF Priority 2

 

  • Identify and work towards an effective staffing structure with highest impact on learning for all pupils.

 

What will success look like?

  • All key external assessment points at least in line with targets set.
  • All internal data drop points show on track to meet targets set.
  • Progress for all pupils but particularly those with SEND and who are PPG is accelerated

What will success look like?

  • Learning sessions are pitched to accurately challenge and support learning for individuals and groups.
  • Positive impact of learning is evidenced through pupils’ books, learning environments and accuracy of teacher assessment judgements.

What will success look like?

  • The HT and FGB drive forward rapid improvement in outcomes for pupils.
  • SLT effectively support the HT to have high impact upon Leadership and Management across the school.
  • Middle/ Phase leaders drive forward excellence in learning and teaching across the curriculum.
  • The impact of Teaching Assistants is challenged and reviewed, particularly focused on the Pupil Premium funding, ensuring there is a sustainable focus on improving teaching and learning