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School Development Priorities 2021-2022

School Development Priorities 2021-22

As a school we are always looking to further improve the school to benefit all the pupils. As part of this process, an evaluation of the impact of the previous academic year’s priorities is undertaken by school staff and the governing body. The impact upon outcomes and improvement is discussed and agreed upon, alongside an evaluation of the school’s achievement of the success criteria. School self-evaluation against the Ofsted school evaluation schedule is undertaken by leaders to identify further priorities. An analysis of outcomes (progress, attainment & quality of teaching and learning) is undertaken by the Senior Leadership Team, and findings are shared with staff and governors to inform future improvement priorities.

This process is well embedded into our leadership & management practice and ensures that the improvement plans are well focused and well resourced.  As part of the school’s monitoring cycle, a review of the school’s progress in implementing the agreed actions is undertaken by the Senior Leadership Team at the end of each term. Review outcomes are shared with the Governing Body.

As a result of this work, I can share with you that our school priorities for the academic year 2021-22 are as follows.

There are three overarching priorities for 2021-22:

 

  1. Further embed the school’s agreed approaches to developing pupils’ ‘long term memory’ and ability to articulate their learning with a focus on curriculum implementation and impact so that they are consistent in all year groups and across all subject areas and in turn, pupils’ attainment is rising in line with challenging end of year targets being set for them.
  2. To further develop phonics and reading across the curriculum and across all year groups to ensure the best progress for all pupils from their own starting points.
  3. Further develop the skills, knowledge, and understanding of Middle leaders and Governance to drive consistency in high-quality outcomes across all areas of the curriculum.

 

 

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