School Priorities

Outcome 1 (Ofsted):

Attendance and pupil roll

To raise attendance further and reduce the proportions of pupils who are persistently absent

To increase pupil roll

Success criteria:

  • Pupils’ attendance 96%
  • Staff attendance 96%
  • Reduced number of PAs
  • Total pupils on roll will be greater than 73% (C scorecard)

 

Outcome 2:

Teaching and Learning

To narrow and close the gap for those pupils who did not convert/remained WT (impact of COVID lockdowns)

Key year groups this academic year – Y1, Y3, Y6

Success criteria:

  • Pupils who were WT at the end of prior KS, will be at expected at the end of the academic year
  • Bottom 20% of pupils will be at expected and/OR have made accelerated progress at the end of the academic year
  • Vulnerable groups will be at expected and/OR have made accelerated progress at the end of the academic year

 

Outcome 3:

Subject leadership—Subject leads are effective in driving forward standards in their subject so that:

Success criteria:

  • Pupils develop detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum and achieve well
  • Pupils are ready for the next stage of education, employment or training

 

Outcome 4:

All pupils are able to read fluently and with confidence in any subject

 

Success criteria:

  • Confident readers across the school
  • High standards in reading across the school
  • High standards in phonics

Pupils can articulate their passion for reading across a range of genres

 

Outcome 5:

Budget

To successfully ensure the school does not run a deficit budget, in order to ensure the school remains viable in future years

 

Success criteria:

  • Budget is balanced for 3 years
  • Budget enables school to deliver broad and balanced curriculum to meet the needs of its children
  • Budget enables additional key support in order to ensure school can continue to close gaps in pupil attainment