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School Development Plan

Every year, parents and staff are consulted about the school's performance and priorities.  The Governing Body produce a document outlining these priorities and action plans called the School Development Plan.  A copy of the latest School Development Plan is available by clicking here.  Our priorities this year are around:

  • Increase the number of children achieving in line with age related expectations in reading and maths in Years 5 and 6 to 70%.
  • Increase the number of children achieving in line with age related expectations in reading and maths in Years 3 and 4 to 80%.
  • Increase the number of children achieving in line with age related expectations in reading, writing and maths in Years 1 and 2 to 85%.
  • Increase the number of EYFS children achieving in line with age related expectations in PSED, physical, speaking and listening, reading, writing and maths in to 75%.

There is a lot you as parents can do at home to support these priorities.

  • Make sure your child comes to school every day, on time, except when they are very poorly.
  • Ask your child about their day, their work or their interests.  
  • Encourage your child to tell you about anything and everything in lots of detail.
  • Use a wide range of vocabulary when talking to your child.  
  • When you are carrying out jobs and activities at home, talk about what your are doing and encourage your child to join in.
  • Practise phonics with your child using the following websites:
  • Listen to your child reading, or talk with them about what they are reading.
  • Talk to your child about what they are learning to do in maths. Get them to explain it to you!  If they can teach you, it means they understand it properly themselves. 
  • Encourage your child to visit the www.mathletics.co.uk website