WHOLE SCHOOL PRIORITIES
As a school our ethos is underpinned by Christian values and principles through all our work (visit our Chaplaincy page). The list below gives an indication of the educational direction of the school, demonstrating our principle that we place the child at the centre of all we do.
- A school which delivers teaching of the highest quality, that motivates, stimulates and challenges the pupils, taking into account their individual needs.
- A school with an effective staff who are constantly seeking to improve their own skills and share good practice in order to further raise pupils' attainment.
- A school which provides a meaningful and personalised curriculum and which provides pupils with the knowledge and skills to ensure lifelong learning.
- A school which provides a curriculum offering equality of opportunity to all whilst stretching the gifted and talented and supporting those who experience a barrier to learning.
- A school which actively promotes the spiritual development of its pupils but also the Social, Moral, Cultural development of its pupils so they are able to make a positive contribution to society.
- A school which promotes the physical, mental and emotional health of the child.
- A school in which pupils grow and flourish and where they enjoy being part of a genuine community.
- A school in which pupils feel safe, secure and valued.
Whole School Priorities
Curriculum: To plan collaboratively and effectively for a five year GCS E, implementing the whole school agreed curriculum planning structures to include Curriculum Maps, Learning Programmes and Personalised Learning Checklists to support a mastery curriculum.
Teaching and Learning: To make learning a more engaging and pupil-centred experience, focussing on thinking skills, oracy, independence, resilience, confidence and resourcefulness.
Data: To continue to develop the tracking of pupil attainment focussing on progress from Key Stage 2 and implement an effective and consistent assessment model which tracks pupil progress throughout Key Stage 3.
BfL and Christian Ethos: To further enhance pupil and staff awareness of the current Successful Learning Criteria through its cohesion with our Christian Values and the development of Character Education.
Pupil Premium: To continue to improve outcomes for pupils eligible for the pupil premium through evidence-based, enhanced intervention strategies and a thorough evaluation of these, with a particular focus on attendance.
Multi Academy Trust: To explore the growth to a MAT in collaboration with our local cluster primary schools.