School Development Plan

2014-2017

Our School Development Plan has been informed by the priorities from our previous plan and on going school self-evaluation. We have identified the following priorities for the academic year 2015-16. It links to the individual leaders plans, the SRSE programme for the term and termly calendar.

 

Section One: Ongoing priorities (taken from previous development plan and in school data) 

 

Priority 1a: Raised attainment in calculation across the EYFS

Success criteria:

  • % of good development in calculation at the end of EYFS is in line with national
  • Progress in calculation at the end of EYFS is good or better

 Milestones:

  • By July 2016 provision across the EYFS for calculation will continue to be judged as good or better.
  • By July 2016 all teaching of calculation across the EYFS will continue to be judged as good or better

 

Priority 1b: Raised attainment in reading and writing across the EYFS

  Success criteria:

  • % of good development in reading and writing at the end of EYFS is in line with national
  • Progress in reading and writing at the end of EYFS is good or better

 Milestones:

  • By December 2015 provision across the EYFS for reading and writing will be judged as good or better.
  • By December 2015 all teaching of reading and writing across the EYFS will be judged as good or better

 

Priority 1c: Raised achievement by pupils in Speaking, Listening and Oracy

Success criteria:

  • Pupils are confident and skilled communicators; they can use a wider range of vocab accurately.
  • Pupils are aware of other languages spoken across the school
  • Pupils demonstrate a stronger sense of audience and purpose
  • Teachers are confident in teaching MFL lessons
  • Teachers are more adept at meeting the needs of new arrivals with limited or no English

 Milestones:

  • By December 2015 all pupils are expected to speak in full sentences – appropriate to their developmental stage, any errors are rephrased by adults and practised by pupils with accuracy
  • By July 2016 –evidence of raised adult skills and knowledge impacting on pupils use and level of language
  • By July 2016 oracy outcomes (e.g. debates, performances, presentations and recitals), will demonstrate pupils increased levels of skill.
  • By July 2016 teachers report an increase by the pupils in the accuracy of  technical and subject specific vocab

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