School Improvement Plan

We have recently completed the School Improvement Plan and identified our priorities for the coming year. The School Improvement Plan is created through looking at the progress the school has made this year and informed by other factors such as the recent inspection reports, parents’ and students’ feedback and local and national educational developments. In an effort to keep the plan to a manageable size some of the items are brief summaries and may not be immediately obvious to those who are not familiar with how schools work. Should you require more information about an item please contact the school.

QUALITY OF EDUCATION

To ensure that the quality of education throughout the school is Outstanding

1.1

Standards

Standards of achievement are at least in line with expectations and above national average.

1.2

Sixth Form

To motivate students and boys in particular so as to raise academic standards so all students meet their ALIS targets amongst a broader suit of subjects.

1.3

Teaching & Learning

Quality of teaching in all lessons and study to be good or better.

1.4

Self-Directed Learning to be embedded across all Year groups and within schemes of work.

 

Demonstrating deep learning and high challenge across all areas of teaching, learning, marking and feedback for all groups of learners.

STUDENTS’ PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

To ensure that the quality of students’ personal development is Outstanding

2.1

OneSchool Skills

The school uses OneSchool citations to reward students’ efforts, abilities and achievements and awards citations in line with FLT policy.

2.2

To embed the OneSchool values of Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Care and Compassion and Commitment throughout the school.

STUDENTS’ WELFARE, HEALTH AND SAFETY

To ensure that students’ welfare, health and safety is Outstanding

3.1

Safeguarding

Ensure the school’s arrangements for safeguarding students including online safety are exemplary.

3.2

Attendance

Improve attendance to 96% across the school ensuring effective strategies are used to improve the punctuality of students.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

To ensure that the effectiveness of leadership and management throughout the school is Outstanding

4.1

Improve outcomes for all groups of students.

4.2

Stakeholder Voice

Use parent and student voice to support school improvement.

4.3

Developing Leadership Capacity

Work with Leadership Team to develop their leadership and coaching skills.

4.4

Continue to develop a robust performance management system that drives school improvement forward.

4.5

Strengthen student leadership across the school.