School Improvement Plan

Ofsted 2013 Target

Current SDP Target

School Actions

Priority 1

Increase the amount of outstanding teaching to make sure that more pupils reach the highest levels of attainment by the time they leave the school, especially in writing by:

·   Making sure all pupils are equally challenged and supported, including those who find learning easier, so they make even more progress through KS2.

Priority 1a-

September 17: Increase the amount of outstanding teaching to make sure that more pupils reach the National Expected Standard and Greater Depth standard by the time they leave the school, especially those who are PP or SEN in Reading.

 

·  Further work needed on growth mindset, learning styles, meta-cognitive strategies, self-regulation, peer learning and AfL to develop robust and resilient learners who challenge themselves.

This addresses actions from SDP, Blink and Peer Review.

Ref- Shirley Clarke, EEF documents and ‘Inside the black box’.

Priority 1b-

September 17: Increase the amount of outstanding teaching to make sure that more pupils reach the National Expected Standard and Greater Depth standard by the time they leave the school, especially in Maths

·   Ensuring all children, especially those who are PP and SEN, are equipped with the basic mathematical knowledge for their year group and able to apply them to problem solving situations.

Priority 2

Ensure leaders and managers maintain their high expectations of the quality of teaching and pupils’ progress, which have increased since the school federated, by;

·   Developing a whole – school approach to the assessment of writing.

·  Measuring the impact of the school’s work on different groups in even greater detail

 

 

Priority 2a-

September 17: Ensure leaders and managers maintain their high expectations of the quality of teaching and pupils’ progress, which have increased since the school federated.

·   Developing a whole – school approach to the assessment of writing.

·   Ensuring all children are equipped with the correct grammatical knowledge, spelling strategies for their year group.

·   Maintain high expectations for handwriting.

Priority 2b-

September 17: Ensure leaders and managers maintain their high expectations of the quality of teaching and pupils’ progress, which have increased since the school federated.

·   Measuring the impact of the school’s work on different groups in even greater detail in all subjects including foundation subjects, especially those who are PP or SEN.

·   Developing a curriculum that is creative and reflects the needs of the pupils at Park Lane.

 

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