School Improvement Priorities 2017-2018
Leadership and Management
- To revisit the school’s vision and values to ensure they are understood by all and at the heart of the school’s work.
1.1 To develop clear roles and responsibilities for all members of the new Senior Leadership Team.
1.2 To provide clear guidance on the role of Core Subject Leaders and develop a whole school policy outlining the key responsibilities of the role.
1.3 To create a Pupil Leadership Team that can support and influence the leadership decisions made by the school.
1.4 To develop a system that gives regular opportunities for parents to give constructive feedback to the leadership team.
Teaching, Learning and Assessment
- To ensure that 100% of teaching remains at least good with some outstanding teaching.
1.1 To revise the whole school assessment sheets for tracking and monitoring pupil progress.
1.2 To ensure that there are opportunities for teachers to support each other in their professional development e.g. coaching and lesson study.
1.3 To use a range of methods to judge the quality of teaching so that teachers are given constructive development points.
1.4 To develop a new Assessment for Learning and Teaching Policy.
Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare
- Behaviour within the school to be judged as outstanding.
- Children to have a clear understanding of what is good learning behaviour at Sedlescombe Church of England Primary School.
1.1 To embed the behaviour systems trialled last year into a new Behaviour Policy.
1.2 To embed Learning to Learn Days and ensure that they continue to support children in developing positive learning behaviours.
- To ensure that the school has robust, high quality safeguarding procedures that meet statutory requirement and follow best practice as identified by the LSCB.
2.1 To ensure that the school has robust procedures for the recruitment of staff to maintain the safety of all children within the school.
2.2. To ensure that the school follows best practice procedures for Child Protection and Record Keeping to keep all children safe.
2.3 To ensure that children know how to stay safe on-line and share guidance and advice with parents.
- To provide children with a high quality RE Curriculum.
1.1. To embed Understanding Christianity and an enquiry based approach to learning in Religious Education.
1.2 To use understanding Christianity to further develop the use assessment with RE lessons.
1.3. To further strengthen daily collective worship provision by linking with the key themes in Understanding Christianity.