BISHOP WOOD C OF E JUNIOR SCHOOL - teachinherts.com

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BISHOP WOOD C OF E JUNIOR SCHOOL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2015-2016 PRIORITY 1: Review provision for all vulnerable learners to accelerate their progress and attainment Key Issue Development of new INCo role Action Update job description and time priorities Intended Outcome Outstanding support for pupils, staff and parents. HfL training Outstanding SENCo (3 days) Accelerated progress for all learners Who Cost When JG time JG 400 JG 150 Sept 2015 on Serendipity in house training pack for systemic improvement Sept 2015 on Nov 2015 Monitorin g SEND Gov Information for parents Information on guided and precision teaching updated on website Awareness of strategies used to support learners JG time Oct 2015 on SEND Gov Precision teaching programmes Review and adapt according to need. Liaise with TAs and teachers. Outstanding

independent learning strategies JG time Oct 2015 on SEND Gov Provision Mapping Feedback on quality of Provision maps. Are all needs addressed appropriately? Appropriate support assigned where needed. Quality in the recording process. JG terml y Sept 2015 on SEND Gov PRIORITY 1: Review provision for all vulnerable learners to accelerate their progress and attainment Key Issue Action Facilitating outstanding SEND provision Using data to identify areas for improvement Review PPG strategies to support learners Identify personalised needs for each child In house Serendipity training pack delivered to staff Extend repertoire of support to meet needs Ensure all PPG children are case studied Training to make more Teaching Assistants outstanding HfL training opportunities In house Serendipity training pack delivered Intended Outcome Outstanding teaching and learning for SEND learners Who JG Cost 150 Progress is accelerated. Inequality is removed. Evidence of small steps in progress is built up over time JG

LH All PPG Excellent support and guided teaching is provided JG TAs 600 Time 150 When Monitoring Sept 2015 on SEND Gov Sept 2015 on Teaching and Learning Committee Sept 2015 on Teaching and Learning Committee Teaching and Learning Committee PRIORITY 2: Further embed an enriched curriculum through focused work in foundation subjects Key Issue Action Intended Outcome Pupil progress will be tracked effectively in the foundation subjects Who Cost When Monitoring BS All Time Sept 2015 on Teaching and Learning Committee Assessment of the new primary curriculum in the foundation subjects. Adopt an appropriate objective led system for identifying pupils performing at, above or below age related expectations Developing key

skills across the curriculum. All staff to be in receipt of the in house training for this (Serendipity) Key skills identified and links made more effective teaching across the curriculum HR 150 Jan 2016 on HT through Appraisal Review Review of what constitutes outstanding subject leadership All staff to be in receipt of the in house training for this (Serendipity) Subject leaders are insightful and accountable and have a clear view of what requires improvement JH 150 Jan 2016 on HT through Appraisal Review PRIORITY 2: Further embed an enriched curriculum through focused work in Foundation subjects Key Issue Action Update E-safety education for parents and children Childnet to train children, staff and parents in current esafety issues Review Home Learning Procedures Review arrangements in each year group. Communicate to parents Update policy Development of reading areas in all classrooms. Resources to be selected by teachers to create an exciting reading area with a variety of resources Intended Outcome Safety and clarity of understanding of potential dangers Who

Cost When Monitoring BS CI 500 Oct 2015 Teaching and Learning Committee Aim for as much consistency across year groups as possible. BS Time Sept 2015 Teaching and Learning Committee EC LH 150 0 Dec 2015 Learning Walk Home learning is exciting, engaging and creative Raise the profile of reading. Promote the enjoyment of reading. Photograph s PRIORITY 3: Develop outstanding Behaviour for Learning Key Issue Ensuring consistency in approach to teaching, learning behaviour, communication Action Review of expectations and non-negotiables with all staff Develop a process for governors to show appreciation to the school community. Presentation of Governor Awards termly aiming for at least one per class. Review of recording of behaviour and bullying incidents Intended Outcome New staff indicted appropriately. Who LH

Cost time When Sept 2015 Monitoring Governors through HTs Report LH with govs 300 Sept 2015 Governors through HTs Report Teaching and Learning Committee termly Raising of standards and expectations. Enables maximum progress for learners. Collaboration Teachers to nominate Recognition of success in all aspects of school life with respect to learning and behaviour. Governors to present Promoting Christian and British values Reorganise behaviour logs to ensure consistency in feedback Clarity regarding behavioural issues JH Time Sept 2015 Stonewall training Updated skills for PSHE lead JH 200 Nov 2015 PRIORITY 3: Develop outstanding Behaviour for Learning Key Issue Promoting excellent behaviour at unstructured times as well as in the classrooms Reinforcing British Values Action Intended Outcome Teachers on duty each day will ensure behaviour is consistently good. Who JH

600 Consistency in approach to positive behaviour management. JG All Funded by DLPS HfL Behaviour for Learning project piloted, rolled out to all Outstanding behaviour for learning JH All Staff meetings . Information on website. Assembly programme Awareness raised for staff , parents, governors and children HfL Audits completed and actions planned British values plotted on curriculum planning and leadership actions Review lunchtime supervision arrangements STEP-ON training for all staff (6 hours) WRAP training completed by DSPs for Safeguarding and rolled out Governors and staff trained. PREVENT Duty Cost Whe n Sept 201 5 Sept 201 5 Teaching and Learning Committee termly updates on behaviour HTs Reports 1200 Training day Nov 201 5 Jan 201 5 BS LH Time Sept Nov 201 5 On

All Time Nov 201 5 LH LH HR HB Monitoring Time Governor Visits Teaching and Learning Committee HTs Report Oct 201 PRIORITY 4: Embed work undertaken this year to develop challenge in maths, so more pupils make accelerated progress. Key Issue Improve standards of teaching and learning Action Staff meetings focus on expectations, enriching the curriculum, calculation progression, assessment. CPD courses for SL and staff Develop use of manipulatives. To continue to improve links with parents New calculation policies on website Updated information grids which show Big Maths learning for the term. To ensure good progression vulnerable pupils Analyse last years data to assess the progress of each vulnerable group. Plan appropriate response with class teachers Intended Outcome Staff and TAs to have training to strengthen their skills. TA workshops through staff audit feedback Who RM Cost Time RM All 100 0 When All year Monitoring Teaching and Learning Committee RM Manipulatives to be

openly displayed for pupils use. 100 0 Parents know what their child is learning each term. Parents are supportive and involved in their childrens homework RM Time Sept 2015 on Teaching and Learning Committee All vulnerable pupils make at least good progress. RM Time Sept 15 on Teaching and Learning Committee PPG PRIORITY 5: To improve and enhance communication and space in the school Key Issue External review of office roles and procedures Action Commission external audit from HfL Intended Outcome Efficiency and effectiveness will be improved. Communication will be improved Who Cost When Monitoring LH DB SL SC SS 1000 Oct 2015 Personnel Committee Improve the way parents are informed of school developments Termly Leadership newsletter to parents More opportunities for parents to engage with school improvement LH JH

time Each term Teaching and Learning Committee Inadequate space for teaching and meeting Consult staff Identify what needs to be improved, why and how this can be done. Make best use of space available. LH LCVAP funds Capital projects Nov 2015 Resources Committee Write plan. Consult diocese architects to plan. Request funding. Updated view of improvements required PRIORITY 5: To improve and enhance communication and space in the school Key Issue Action Development of outside play space Develop vision for improved outside play space using ideas from The Berlin Play Project. Develop Plan with Working Party Plan to implement Phase 1 in Year 1 Intended Outcome Creative Play enhances learning. Happy play times Outstanding behaviour in unstructured times Who BS Cost Whe n Monitoring Year 1 5000 Sept 2015 Resources Committee

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