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2023 – 2024
LITTLE EATON PRIMARY SCHOOL
SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
2023-2024 SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN – OVERVIEW
SIP Provisional priorities 2023/2024
Why has this priority been identified?
Where will you seek further school improvement support from?
The quality of education
Continue to focus upon Outstanding practice across the whole curriculum, especially writing and maths
Prioritise the needs of vulnerable learners including disadvantaged pupils in reading, writing and maths
Complete phase 2 of maths hub work
Levels of attainment and progress at KS2 in maths and writing are closing but still do not maths for Exp+ or Greater Depth
This is an extension of the previous year’s successful priority.
Maths hub training
Talk 4 Writing training – external and internal
Behaviour and Attitudes & Safeguarding
Build aspiration through the development of STEM in the school
Science has been developed well over the last few years and this will be extended across D&T, Engineering, Technology & maths to ensure that our wider curriculum matches our core.
Enthuse STEM hub and Cluster
Growth mindset to improve resilience.
The school has worked hard embedding self-regulation strategies across the school and seeks to build up pupils’ resilience.
Leadership and management
Ensure that new teaching staff members are quickly teaching at a good/outstanding level within term 1 and using the school’s developed curriculum and progress steps.
We have 4 new teachers joining the school in September.
To be determined
To focus on early writing and fully embed the new phonics scheme.
Ensure that children transition into Reception and feel safe and secure.
To ensure that children have a successful transition from to Year 1.
Ensure new staff have CPD and are fully briefed in the EYFS curriculum and ethos.
To continue to inform and involve Parents/Carers in their child’s learning journey.
To continue with high levels of communication, language and literacy levels (GLD)
Children with specific learning needs are joining reception.
New staff are joining the EYFS team.
This has been a success in helping children achieve their best.
Local cluster work
Work with external provider where required