School Improvement / Development Planning
We constantly look to improve the work of our schools and the outcomes for pupils. We prepare a School Improvement and Development Plan for each school which is the strategic document we use to focus our improvement work each year. These documents are updated throughout the year and evaluated for impact as they progress.
Holy Trinity CE Infant School and Nursery School Improvement Key priorities
2016 - 2017
- To improve the tracking of pupil attainment and progress from Nursery right through to the end of Key Stage 1 in order to support the progress and achievement of all pupils from their individual starting points.
- To improve the outcomes for children at end of KS1 so that attainment is at least in line with national expectations with a particular focus on reading.
- To improve provision and practice throughout the EYFS so as to ensure high quality learning environments in all classes and increased accessibility of resources to support learning and independence.
- To develop leadership and management focusing on developing middle leaders, SLT and governance so that all are fully informed as to strengths and weaknesses of school and are actively involved in monitoring and leading school improvement.
- To develop the distinctiveness of Holy Trinity CE Infant School as a Church School in order to enhance the spiritual, moral and social development of all pupils.
We welcome input and feedback from our community to help us shape and focus our plans. This is through the medium of surveys and questionnaires and, direct email to the headteacher. Please feel free to share thoughts and ideas directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holy Trinity CE Junior School Improvement Key priorities 2018- 2019
To achieve improved outcomes for our pupils and continually improve the quality of provision for all children, our core strategic priorities for improvement and development are
- maximising the impact of teaching assistants.
- ensuring pupil performance in mathematics is comparable with that of reading, writing and grammar, punctuation and spelling for all groups of pupils.
- Increasing the percentage of pupils achieving greater depth within the standard in writing and to be comparable with the number of children who achieve greater depth in other subjects.
- strengthening the development of skills, knowledge and vocabulary and their application across the curriculum (2 year).
- strengthening the formative use of qualitative and quantitative assessment information.
- Securing expertise in chosen, [SMART] academic interventions
We welcome input and feedback from our community to help us shape and focus our plans. This is through the medium of surveys and questionnaires and, direct email to the headteacher. Please feel free to share thoughts and ideas directly to email@example.com.