The School Improvement Plan is organised in five sections:
- Mental health and well- being of all
- Christian distinctiveness
Please see our aims in each area for 2021-22
Mental Health and Wellbeing- adults and 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.
For staff to plan together in order to support their workload.
To support children in understanding their own mental health and how they can stay mentally healthy.
To ensure that families are made continually aware of online safety risks and parents know how to support their children
To staff meeting and INSET time effectively
Develop the Christian distinctiveness of our school
- Fully embed our distinctive Christian character in the curriculum and school life.
Plan and deliver high quality worship so that our children and staff are invited to connect with: themselves, faith, community, our vision and values, God (as the trinity)
Strengthen the role of Worship Group as leaders of Collective Worship.
Accurate assessment and moderation of children’s work in RE to improve attainment across the school
Make a positive difference to our local and global community.