School Improvement Plan

Overview of Key Priorities in School Improvement Plan (SIP) 2015/16

Outcomes for pupils Teaching, Learning  and Assessment Leadership and Management Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

To maintain current standards

and ensure all children make a good level of progress and an increased number achieve greater depth.


Increase the percentage of children attaining secure and secure + (95%)

To manage any Local and National developments to the assessment processes. To support the new leadership team in their roles to sustain and improve outcomes for all pupils. To raise awareness of different religions and cultures within the UK.
Those children who are in receipt of pupil premium funding (including more able disadvantaged) and service children are making the same amount of progress as their peers and those nationally. ARE assessment and marking is used to inform guided groups for teaching and learning. To support the 2 NQTs in years  1 & 3. To develop a Forest School area within the school grounds to extend the outdoor experiences of the children and knowledge of the world around them.
To ensure transition of the curriculum between EYFS and year 1

is reflected in teaching and classroom organisation.

To support the new SENDCo in her role.
To increase the amount of challenge that is given to the more able pupils to aid higher achievement (KS1 to KS2 transition). To enable other staff to experience leadership roles as succession planning .
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ICT Vision: At Marshfield school we will provide an ICT rich environment, accessible to children, staff, parents and the wider community, which makes use of the latest multimedia and digital technologies to enhance learning and teaching. Thus enabling all children to thrive and achieve in a rapidly developing and changing technological world.