Our School Development Plan sets out Carlton’s overall priorities for the next 3 years. The priorities have been identified as a result of ongoing self – evaluation, feedback from children, staff, parents and governors and what the data and monitoring tells us about children’s progress. Having reviewed previous actions taken, the purpose of this plan is to identify key areas for school improvement and to plan future actions in those areas. The school budget is matched to those areas.
Section One: Priorities
Priority 1: To review the school’s leadership and management structure and systems to secure continuous school improvement
The school has a robust structure and CPD plan that results in leaders at all levels (including governors);
- being clear about their role and the expectations.
- having the capacity to carry out their role to a high standard
- clear about the strengths and needs of the school
The impact will be evidenced in visits to classrooms where all children will demonstrate a high level of engagement in their learning.
Data will show that standards continue to rise
Priority 2: To continue the drive to raise attainment across the school
Children’s achievement across the school continues on an upward trajectory
Gaps in the attainment of key groups are closed
Robust SRSE means that any inconsistences are addressed in a timely manner
The impact will be evidenced in that fact that gaps between groups will be closed
Priority 3: To ensure the curriculum and provision results in all learners being ready for the next stage in their learning
The curriculum results in high quality/ real outcomes for learners.
The impact will be evident in the upward trajectory of achievement across the school
Priority 4: To develop Carlton’s role within the 1-3-5 cluster
The school’s provision and practice is enhanced through being part of the 1-3-5 cluster
The impact will be evidenced in the fact that the school will continue to be outward looking in order to provide the best for Carlton pupils.