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School Development Priorities

Newhall Community Junior School

School Development Plan 2017-2019

                                                                                                          

PRIORITIES

PRIORITIES AND OBJECTIVES

PRIORITY 1

Pupil Outcomes- Improve end of KS2 combined ARE to above floor, progress for Disadvantaged and SEND pupils and in year progress for each year group.

1.1

Forensic analysis of end of Year 4 and 5 data to establish pupils in need of targeted intervention to meet combined floor target.

1.2

For sustained improvement, monitor and review effectiveness of provision (whole-class and intervention) for Disadvantaged, SEND, Y5 and Y6 pupils.

1.3

Through Pupil Progress Meetings identify and track prior middle attaining pupils who are falling behind and intervene.

PRIORITY 2

Teaching, Learning and Assessment- All teaching to be good or better to accelerate pupil progress for prior Middle Attainers.

2.1

Reading- To improve outcomes for prior Middle Attainers by embedding inference training into classroom practice.

2.2

Writing- To improve Middle Attainer outcomes by identifying next steps, modelling expectation and understanding end of year targets.  

2.3

Maths - To improve Middle Attainer outcomes by identifying next steps, modelling arithmetic methods and understanding end of year expectation for reasoning. 

PRIORITY 3

PDBW- Improve attendance for 2 groups of learners, closing the gap to their peers.

3.1

Source and implement effective attendance initiative for Disadvantaged and SEND Support pupils and evaluate effectiveness of tracking system and procedures.

PRIORITY 4

Leadership and Management- monitor and improve sustained progress from KS1 starting points.

4.1

Implement tracking and target setting of Prior Lower, Middle and High attaining groups.

4.2

All leaders monitor the effectiveness of the curriculum, driving improvements in reading, writing, maths and communication.

4.3

Implement assessment of the wider curriculum.

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