Presentation on theme: "Reepham Primary School School Improvement and Development 2013-14 Flexible, real purpose, independent thinking Fun, engaging, exciting and relevant Supports."— Presentation transcript:
Reepham Primary School School Improvement and Development 2013-14 Flexible, real purpose, independent thinking Fun, engaging, exciting and relevant Supports and challenges Links to local and wider community Core Values and Vision Progress good in all classes Assessment used effectively to meet individual needs Mark work in mathematics effectively Promote independent learning – Team work, problem solving, leadership roles Ofsted 2011 Challenging opportunities in every class Teachers able to use published materials skillfully Additional opportunities to make music Use of audio/video recordings Music Ofsted 2012 Maths (EYFS – KS2) Closing the gap between FSM/non-FSM, SEN/non- SEN, gender differences Tracking progress, groups and impact of intervention FEEDBACK to children SLT involved in monitoring and supporting teaching and learning Consistent monitoring of subjects – planning saved on server Peer support – team teaching Attendance Areas to Improve Tracking use and impact of pupil premium - groups (particularly FSM) New level descriptors Funding for sports New curriculum (resource implication?) Changes to languages Holiday changes National Changes Curriculum Statement Priority 1: Monitoring – ensuring teaching is at least good. Checking progress of all children. Autumn: Peer observations, parent evening. Spring: Headteacher observations, parent evening. Summer: SLT observations, written reports. Planning proforma agreed and all planning placed on server. Links made between each subject area to a governor. Regular email contact made regarding subject progress/developments/challenges. Subject leaders to form Action Plans which will be linked to the School Improvement and Development Plan. Assessment – New TLR for tracking identified groups and evaluation of interventions. Staff training as needed. Pupil progress meetings. Peer to peer feedback. Feedback to children. Priority 2: Ensuring standards in maths are raised from EYFS to the end of Key Stage 2. Linked to Priority 1. Spring Observations in Mathematics/Numeracy. Pupil progress meetings. Check assessment and feedback given to children. Staff training Marking and feedback policy Teaching and learning policy Planning and work monitored – subject leaders. Maths audit Maths day (Autumn Term) – problem solving, visitor, independent learning focus. Peer support – especially in Key Stage 2. Time allocated for teacher feedback (Year 6 as a trial). Booster – Year 6. PETx1 – Year 6. Business/Enterprise Week for all children. Staff training opportunities as required. Priority 3: Curriculum Development. Linked to Priority 1 and 2. Develop sports – HLTA role and increase opportunities for training as required. Curriculum weeks Training for new curriculum. Celebrate success. Develop international links. Outdoor Learning – develop and resource the grounds/outdoor classroom. New PSHE/SRE Curriculum. Autumn: Outdoor Learning Week, Maths Day, Art displayed in the hall, Christmas Concerts (recordings). Spring: International Week, PETx1 (Year 6), Art displayed in the hall, drumming (recordings). Summer: Open Studios, Key Stage 1 Artist focus, Sports Week, Key Stage 1 and 2 choir concerts (recordings), guitar, violin, recorder and ukulele concerts (recordings). Priority 4: Independent Learning and School Ethos. Buddies (Year 6 for Reception Class). Sports Leaders (hoodies). School Council. Eco Club – water project, Harvest/Water Aid. Healthy Eating. Involving pupils in decisions regarding development of the school grounds – new trim track. Community links maintained and developed – Bircham Centre, Norfolk Children’s Book Centre, Reepham Life Magazine, Open Studios, Reepham High School etc. International Links – Japan, France, Germany, Malawi. Peer to peer feedback. Priority 5: Improve Attendance. Targets (monitored). Involve parents. Rewards for children Holiday changes for 2013/14.