School Development Plan 2022/23


Our School Development Plan is written following careful analysis of the previous academic year and with current educational legislation in mind. Listed below are our priorities for 2022/23 and the key objectives for each priority: 

Quality of Education Priority - Teaching staff to have the skills and knowledge they need to deliver outstanding lessons at all times, and have high expectations of all.

Key Objectives:

  1. To ensure teaching and learning in EYFS is robust and leads to good outcomes for the children.
  2. To ensure the progression across the curriculum within all subjects starts from the EYFS and builds on knowledge, skills and vocabulary through to Y6.
  3. To ensure there is diversity in all areas of the curriculum 

Behaviour and Attitudes - All staff have knowledge and understanding of what contributes to children having positive behaviours and attitudes to ensure that children have the greatest opportunity to succeed.

  1. To create a nurturing environment which ensures wellbeing is at the heart of our provision.

Personal Development - The school provides opportunities for pupils to develop in many diverse aspects of life - teaching children how to engage in society

Key Objectives:

  1. To agree on a definition of what spirituality means for the school in order to deepen the children’s spiritual development
  2. Strengthen links with the local church so children broaden their understanding of the Anglican traditions such as the Eucharist.
  3. Make the school’s Christian values and vision more explicit within the school buildings so all can understand how this underpins the ethos enabling everyone to flourish.  

Leadership and Management - Leaders are ambitious for all and effective in making positive impact on the quality of education provided for all children; whilst taking into account workload and staff wellbeing

Key Objectives:

  1. Induct newly appointed Headteacher, KS1 Leader and governor
  2. Leaders work with staff to manage workload whilst maintaining high expectations.
  3. Improve communication about the curriculum through the school website.
  4. Keep up-to-date with local and national safeguarding legislation and guidance with regular updates for all stakeholders and on-going training for staff and governors
  5. Implement an effective monitoring programme for leaders and governors 

Early Years Education - Early Years staff have the knowledge and skills they need to deliver outstanding provision at all times and have high expectations of all.

  1. To embed the use of the RWI phonics programme

2 Embed the Reception Baseline Assessment (RBA) & 2021 EYFS curriculum.



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