940true dots bottomright 170true false 800none
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide1
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide2
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide4
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide5
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide6
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide7
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide8
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide9
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide10
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide11
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide12
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide13
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide14
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide15
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide16
  • 5000 random false 60 bottom 30
    Slide17
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30
    Slide18

School Priorities

School Priorities

2016/17 We have three main priorities as follows:

Priority 1 Ensure provision for Global Learning improves standards in literacy and numeracy

Priority 2a Introduce Headsprout Early Reading programme on the attainment of underachieving primary school pupils

Priority 2b Reduce the writing gender gap at Level 5 at the end of KS2

Priority 3 Continue to improve Numeracy and Mathematics across the Curriculum

Consideration will also be given to:

Priority 4 Eliminate the gender gap at Outcome 6 in Personal and Social Development at the end of Foundation Phase

Priority 5 Eliminate the gender difference at L5 Writing –  (This will now be addressed through Priority 2b, by providing more factual reading materials for all pupils but especially boys (eg purchase First News) to inspire writing)

Priority 6 Eliminate the gender gap at Level 5 in Science at the end of KS2

Priority 7 Review Medium term plans so that they are fit for purpose with clear links to LNF