School Improvement Plan

 

School Improvement Plan

Each year many schools set school improvement plans and targets. These are based on academic
results, the development of classroom teaching and outcomes in books, as well as a range of other
factors. Through self-evaluation and analysis carried out by senior leaders, the school has set the
following priorities for this academic year:

1. To improve the use of assessment to target and increase progress made by key groups of children.

2. To develop a consistent approach to positive behaviour management across the school, to ensure a
reduction in low level incidents and disruptions.

3. To broaden children’s development and improve their attitudes to learning through the increased and
consistent use and teaching of the school’s learning behaviours (Teamwork, Resilience, Reflection,
Independence, Creativity and Critical Thinking).

4. To improve leadership of the wider curriculum.