School Improvement Priorities

WALLACE FIELDS INFANT SCHOOL & NURSERY
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITIES 2017-18
CONTEXT:  The staff and governors have been fully involved in the development of the school improvement plan.  Every stakeholder is fully committed to improving the quality of teaching and learning and the following School Improvement Targets will ensure that we are working towards agreed goals.  The children are at the centre of the priorities identified. There are 5 improvement priorities which are clearly written under the following OFSTED headings:  
 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITY ONE – OUTCOMES FOR PUPILS

To further improve progress in reading, writing and mathematics for SEND and lower attaining pupils

1.Review interventions throughout the school and only implement interventions which have the greatest impact and providing best value

2.Train staff to ensure quality first teaching in every class

 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITY TWO – OUTCOMES FOR PUPILS

To ensure good and accelerated progress for all children

1. Closely track individual pupil progress half termly

2. Include book scrutiny as part of half termly assessment reviews to closely monitor individual pupil progression

3. Complete half termly gap analysis and identify individuals (red and amber) who need personalised learning opportunities through quality first teaching

 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITY THREE - QUALITY OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

To maintain high standards of teaching and learning through quality first teaching

1.All staff to adhere to non-negotiables for high quality teaching and learning

 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITY FOUR - QUALITY OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

To ensure same high standards in foundation subjects as in core subjects , all foundation subjects will…..

1.Be taught creatively mirroring the same high expectations in them as for English and Mathematics

2.Maximise cross curricular opportunities

3.Show clear progression in all subjects in the children’s books

 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITY FIVE - PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE                                                                                                                          

To promote a positive behaviour culture for all children to achieve their best

1. Eliminate low level disruption in all lessons and assemblies

2.  all staff and pupils implement and have the same shared vision for high standards of behaviour in the classroom and around the school

3. Go for gold and strive for silver embedded as part of everyday practise

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