Key Priorities From Overall School Development Plan (SDP 2021/22)
Quality of Education
- Priority 1: To develop the curriculum to improve children’s knowledge, vocabulary and skills.
- Actions: Curriculum is well designed and is research driven (e.g. meta-cognition and cognitive load theory)
- Priority 2: To implement the Read Write Inc. approach to phonics throughout school
- Actions: To ensure an approved phonics programme is implemented
- Priority 3: To develop a love of reading
- Actions: To use catch up money to provide interventions for bottom 20%
- Priority 4: To develop EYFS in light of reforms
- Actions: EYFS staff to develop subject knowledge in light of EYFS reforms
Pupil Behaviour and Development
- Priority 1: To develop staff’s expertise in dealing with children’s mental health
- Actions: To develop staff’s awareness of the mental health and other needs of the children
- To develop the range of school clubs
- Priority 2: To continue to support families who struggle with punctuality and attendance.
- Actions: To improve attendance of pupils
- Priority 3: To continue to educate children of the dangers of online safety.
- Actions: To develop children’s awareness of the dangers of being online.
- Priority 4: To continue to educate children of the dangers of sexual harassment.
- Actions: To develop children’s awareness of what behaviours are appropriate
Leadership and Governance
- Priority 1: To widen strategies for monitoring / measuring the impact of the curriculum following the easing of Covid 19 restrictions.
- Actions: Widen monitoring of all foundation subjects by subject leaders
- Increase opportunities for GB monitoring post lock down restrictions.
- Develop ways to measure the impact of our curriculum enrichment offer
- Priority 2: To widen strategies for monitoring / measuring impact of CPD.
- Actions: To ensure all staff and GB have access to high quality CPD
- To monitor the impact of CPD
- Priority 3: To increase the capacity of leaders at all levels
- Actions: To ensure all staff are aware of their responsibilities and have access to high quality development opportunities