School Improvement

School Improvement 2019 – 20

Please find a summary of School Improvement Priorities for the year 2019 – 2020.

 

 Key Area 1 To continue to raise achievement in maths by:  – regularly and effectively monitoring progress in maths in each year group and class (particularly higher ability)

– using effective differentiation to ensure appropriate challenge for all learners including those of higher ability

– providing planned opportunities using agreed planning format for pupils to use and apply reasoning in each ‘unit’

– ensuring teaching, learning and assessment is consistently good or better so that all children make at least expected progress

 

 Key Area 2 To ensure sure that curriculum/subject leaders are able to carry out their strategic roles effectively by: –  ensuring relevant CPD is put in place to support curriculum/subject leaders

–  ensuring curriculum/subject leaders have sufficient time to carry out their role effectively

–  ensuring that curriculum/subject leaders have sufficient resources to carry out their role effectively

 

 Key Area 3 To continue to develop the school’s curriculum by: –  setting out clearly the knowledge and skills (end points) that pupils will gain at each stage (‘intent’) for each subject across the school

–  ensuring it is planned, taught and assessed effectively in order to support pupils to build their knowledge and to apply that knowledge as skills (‘implementation’)

–  ensuring good outcomes for pupils as a result of the education they have received (‘impact’).

 

 Additional area 1  

To continue to develop pupils personal development by:

 

–  implementing and monitoring the PSHE Matters programme of learning into the whole school curriculum

–  ensuring a whole school approach to improving appropriate ‘knowledge and cultural capital’ across the curriculum (link to above)

–  continuing to embed assessment for learning and behaviour for learning strategies

 

 Additional area 2 To continue to support staff well-being by: –  having a culture where staff well-being is encouraged and supported

–  providing opportunities for staff to access relevant training through the Derbyshire Healthy Workplace Scheme

 

 

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  • 1:00 amClass News letters to go home
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  • 8:00 pmPTFA meeting – Derwentwater Arms – 8pm – All Welcome
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  • 12:30 pmYoung Voices at Sheffield Arena
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  • 1:00 amCLOSING DATE FOR ADMISSIONS INTO RECEPTION FOR 2020
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  • 6:00 pmGovenors Meeting: Standards & Curriculum
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Calver Bridge, Calver, Hope Valley.

Derbyshire, S323XA

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