In line with the OFSTED framework our strategic plan is presented in 4 key areas:
- Outcomes for pupils
- Teaching, learning and assessment
- Leadership and management
- Personal development, behaviour and welfare
Priority 1: Outcomes for Pupils
To improve outcomes for all groups of pupils to ensure attainment is above national
averages for both meeting and exceeding the expected standards in reading, writing and
Priority 2: Teaching and Learning
To inspire a love of learning built on a culture of high expectation, the development of
learning behaviours and respecting everyone in our school community as a learner.
Priority 3: Leadership and Management
To further develop the model of distributed leadership, with each member of staff taking responsibility for an aspect of continuing professional development, making a positive contribution to school improvement.
Priority 4: Pupils’ Health and Wellbeing
To develop pupils’ understanding of health and wellbeing, particularly the importance and
impact of physical activity.
Full details of these priorities can be seen in our School Improvement Plan which is available in school.