The School Improvement Plan is organised in edit sections:
Please see our aims in each area for 2022.23
To apply effective assessment criteria in foundation subjects, to provide teachers with information about pupils’ understanding and needs, to feed into monitoring and review of progress.
Identify and implement the use of carefully planned inclusive strategies to improve outcomes for all identified groups of children.
Ensure that >90% of Year 6 girls are expected or above by the end of the year in reading, grammar and maths.
Ensure that the SEN Year 5 group have access to the full maths curriculum and make good progress across the year.
To improve quality of writing throughout KS1.
Establish and implement the curriculum offered beyond the NC including the Loscoe promise to all pupils.
To effectively identify, teach and revisit sticky knowledge so that it is committed to pupils’ long-term memory.
To continue to focus on targeted improvement in three foundation subjects as part of our three year strategic plan
-Projects and collaboration
To enhance our outdoor area provision to: improve the gross motor skills and core body strength of children across EYFS and KS1.
To establish and strengthen the roles. Responsibilities and experience of the SLT
To strengthen subject leadership in new staff team
Embed formal calendar of monitoring including lesson study, deep dives, work scrutiny planning
For all staff to engage with educational research and pedagogy in order to improve teaching and learning
To establish new governance model
To improve parental engagement and communication with parents.
Improve CPD for the team of teaching assistants in school and ensure that they are deployed effectively.
To review whole school Behaviour Policy and systems.
To improve lunchtime provision for all children at lunchtimes.
For the whole school community to share in global goals that develop our faith, courageous advocacy and sense of community.
Improve social skills and manners at lunchtimes
To improve our broad and balanced curriculum relevant to the needs of the children in our school.
To know about and explore the range of career options available for our children.
Strengthen pupils’ understanding of the British values and how these are reflected in their learning at school, within the immediate community and nationally.
To prepare pupils to live life successfully in British society in the 21st century.
Strengthen pupils’ understanding of the protected characteristics and equality and the importance of these in our society.
For all children to have access to extra curricular clubs and activities including PP and SEN children.
To be aware of the well-being of our school family and provide targeted support where necessary.
To ensure that all staff in school are fully equipped to recognise common symptoms of SEMH and help children who may be suffering from SEMH.
For staff to know what to do if they have identified a developing problem.
To support children in understanding their own mental health and how they can stay mentally healthy.
Further strengthen our distinctive Christian character in the curriculum and school life.
To welcome our new vicar at St Luke’s into our school community.
Plan and deliver high quality worship so that our children and staff are invited to connect with:
God (as the trinity)
Strengthen the role of Worship Group as leaders of Collective Worship.
Embed accurate assessment and moderation of children’s work in RE to improve attainment across the school.