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Find out what we will be focusing on this academic year!

School Priorities 2017-2018


We started the school year by reflecting on the successes of the previous year and looking ahead at what we can do to improve the achievements and outcomes of our pupils further. Staff, pupils, parents and Governors were all consulted to seek their views about the key actions that  we need to take this year. Thank you to all members of our school community for contributing to this very important process of school evaluation and forward planning.

Thank you to all the parents and carers who were able to attend the School Priorities Family Learning Coffee Morning.  If you were unable to attend this very important meeting, please click on   this link to read the information that was shared at our School Priorities Morning.


This year our school priorities are:


Effectiveness of Leadership and Management

“Further develop the roles of the Middle and Subject Leaders to secure high standards and impact on the outcomes of pupils

through the use of high focused feedback and marking, rigorous monitoring and school self-evaluation.”


Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

“Raise the percentage of outstanding quality first teaching through the effective use of high quality feedback, marking and assessment;

that accelerates pupils' progress, achievement and outcomes, particularly in mathetmatics.”


Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

“Further embed the implementation of the  Paths to Success Programme (P2S) so that it is used to motivate and celebrate outstanding learning and progress.”

"Further develop successful personalised learning through the increased awareness of pupils' learning styles and how this is used to inform teaching."


Outcomes for Pupils

“Improve standards and outcomes in mathematics by developing pupils' reasoning skills and application of their knowledge of arithmetic,

through high quality first teaching in mathematics and use of assessment; ensuring pupil’s achievement is at least in line or above national expectations by the end of Key Stage 2.”

"Ensure school assessment information show accelerated and rapid progress for all groups of pupils."


Effectiveness of Early Years Provision

“Ensure pupils in the Early Years develop good understanding and knowledge in mathematics (number, shape, space and measures)."

"Continue to develop opportunities for free writing in the setting."


Religious Education

“Ensure the School Governors (Faith Group) maintain the high quality and outstanding provision of RE.”



“Continue to raise the profile of the school in the local community through a focused marketing

strategy of the school’s distinctive strengths and features.”