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School Development Plan

Edlesborough School Development Plan 2016-17

 

Target

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Targets

1:

Pupil progress

 

 

Progress across year groups in Maths is consistently strong and evidence in all pupils’ work indicates that they achieve well; including disadvantaged pupils, so that the proportions making progress and working at age related expectations are similar to those pupils nationally and in the school.

“gaps between disadvantaged pupils and their peers close more rapidly in mathematics in key stage 1” (Ofsted June 2016)

 

2:

Questioning

 

“The quality of teachers’ questioning improves, so that pupils have more opportunities to explain their reasoning and deepen their understanding, particularly in writing” (Ofsted June 2016)

 

3:

Assessment

 

 

Embed Assessment Without Levels (AWL) and ensure parents have confidence in the system

 

4:

Teaching Philosophy

 

 

To use a Growth Mindset philosophy to increase the rate of progress and achievement of pupils.

To use a Growth Mindset strategies with all pupils and staff to develop resilience and risk taking to rapidly move the school forward.

 

5 : SEN

 

 

SEN progress across year groups in Reading, Writing and Maths is consistently strong and evidence in all pupils’ work indicates that they achieve well; so that the proportions making progress and working at age related expectations are similar to those pupils nationally and in the school.

‘Teaching assistants play an active role in supporting pupils in lessons to achieve high standards.’ (Ofsted June 2016)

 

Longer term School Development Plan Targets for Edlesborough School

 

TARGET 1: a) All staff have secure SEN knowledge and understanding of how to support pupils with specific SEN.

 

TARGET 2: Progress across year groups in English and Maths is consistently strong and evidence in pupils’ work indicates that they achieve well. This includes progress for all groups. Where there are gaps in attainment these close rapidly for disadvantaged from their peers.

 

TARGET 3:  The school enriches pupils learning through offering a wide and varied program of sporting and cultural activities or clubs.

 

TARGET 4: School provides increased Forest School /Outdoor education type learning opportunities.    Being launched February 2017 to parents and with Year 3/4 Spring 2

 

TARGET 6: Incorporate the pre-school fully into the school and this is recognised by ofsted.  Autumn 2016 achieved. No longer separately Ofsted registered.

 

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