School Priorities

St Alban’s CE Primary and Nursery School

 

School Development Plan Priorities – September 2019

Outcome 1 (Ofsted):

Reduce the inconsistencies in the quality of teaching by building on the strengths within the school and sharing good practice effectively

Success criteria:

  • The quality of teaching is 100% good in the summer term review LA/LDBS
  • Teacher moderation of assessment data is secure

The work in pupils’ books reflects the school’s marking policy

 

Outcome 2 (Ofsted):

Intensify efforts to raise attendance further and reduce the proportions of pupils who are persistently absent

Success criteria:
Attendance to meet national average of 96% in 2019- 20

 

Outcome 3 (Ofsted):

The governing body revisits its strategy for evaluating the use of additional funding, so that reviews are conducted swiftly and findings have greater impact

Success criteria:

Governors rigorously, robustly and effectively hold the senior leadership team to account for:

  • Pupil premium outcomes
  • Sports Premium funding
  • Statutory policies

Website compliancy

 

Outcome 4:

To ensure the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum that is sequential in its delivery of knowledge, skills and vocabulary, tailored to meet the needs of St Alban’s pupils

 

Success criteria:

Planning and provision

Vocabulary, knowledge, skills and progress

Leadership and management

Teaching, Learning and Assessment

 

Outcome 5:

Our children achieve Expected Standard and Greater Depth in combined Reading, Writing and Maths above the national average

Success criteria:

  • In all year groups the disadvantaged children achieve the Expected Standard in combined Reading, Writing and Maths in line with all other pupils
  • TAs are deployed effectively with disadvantaged children
  • In all year groups the boys achieve the Expected Standard in combined Reading, Writing and Maths in line with the girls
  • Early identification of children needing provision to reach Expected Standard and Greater Depth combined Reading, Writing and Maths
  • The attendance of disadvantaged pupils NOT SEN, EHCP, SEN support improves
  • Home learning is set on a weekly basis which consolidates the week’s learning or prepares the children for the following week
  • The number of children completing home learning increases
  • Home learning is differentiated to meet the needs of all groups of pupils
  • To ensure that progress in writing improves by the End of KS2.