School Improvement Priorities
We are proud of our school and what we do. However, we are not complacent. We are constantly evaluating our practice and provision to drive further improvements. We focus on a small number of key areas that we consider will have a positive impact on raising attainment for all our pupils. These areas are decided by analysing information that is drawn from many different sources e.g. pupil progress, achievement data results, teacher assessments, DfE & Ofsted reports, monitoring evidence, research studies, etc.
We use this information to set our whole school priorities for the academic year. Once we have decided on our priorities, our key school leaders develop action plans which lay out the steps we will take in order to meet the objectives we have set. This information is shared with all staff and with governors. The governors play a critical role in ensuring we regularly review our progress and work within our agreed timescales.
Our School Improvement Priorities for 2023 are outlined below:
These school improvement priorities link closely to our school curriculum drivers:
School Performance Summary and Tables
Please click Data July 2023 website for a summary of performance for 2023
Please click Progress data 2022 – 2023 website for a summary of progress data for 2023