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School Development Priorities

School Development Priorities

Whilst our school is judged by OFSTED as being a ‘good’ school, we are always keen to build further on our strengths. This year our governors, head teacher and staff are working together on the following school development priorities:

1. To continue to increase the percentage of children who reach the expected level for science by the end of Key Stage 1

How we will achieve this:

  • by providing children with increased opportunity to develop their investigative science skills
  • by further developing children's scientific vocabulary
  • by encouraging children to reapply their scientific knowledge and understanding in other subject areas

 

2. To further develop our Christian distinctiveness through our vision and values

How we will achieve this:

  • by attaining the ICONS award
  • by attaining the Global Schools accreditation
  • by further developing our links with local churches, our local community and other local church schools

 

3. To continue to improve the outcomes for our most vulnerable children

How we will achieve this:

  • to further develop our staff expertise in supporting children with a rapidly increasing range of vulnerabilities
  • to use evidence based effective strategies to improve the outcomes for our most vulnerable pupils
  • to support our most vulnerable families in improving life chances for their children

 

4. To effectively implement the new EYFS Framework

How we will achieve this:

  • by developing our EYFS provision so that it enables all aspects of the new framework to be effectively delivered
  • to enable parents and carers to understand the important role they play in supporting their child's learning in EYFS
  • to provide our children with an EYFS experience that enables a successful transition into Year 1
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