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Key priorities 2018-2019

Priorities for 2018-19

 

 

Priority 1

 

 

Effectiveness of leadership and management

1.More parents make Liberty their school of choice

2. Improve leadership of foundation subjects

3.Develop the leadership of EAL

4. To become a Mentally Healthy School

5. Governors to meet more of the Ofsted criteria for “outstanding” leadership

 

 

Priority 2

 

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment

  1. Provide more opportunities for pupils to deepen their learning of subjects in the wider curriculum
  2. Improve the quality of the teaching and learning of mathematics
  3. Implement an assessment system for SEN so that it fully measures and reflects pupils’ progress
  4. Develop the children’s receptive language skills
  5. Implement the refined marking policy (Sept 2018)
  6. Set homework which is purposeful and directly impacts learning in the wider curriculum

 

Priority 3

 

Personal development, behaviour and welfare

  1. Attendance and absence figures to match national figures
  2. Improve Behaviour at lunchtime
  3. Develop personal, social and emotional life skills of pupils
  4. Staff to feel equipped to manage the challenges of a demanding occupation
  5. Raise the impact of pupil voice

 

Priority 4

 

 

Outcomes for pupils

  1. Improve outcomes for all SEN pupils
  2. Improve outcomes for boys to narrow any in-school gaps
  3. Ensure disadvantaged pupils make as much progress as non disadvantaged
  4. Year 6 pupils to meet national standards
  5. Increase the proportion of pupils working at greater depth in reading and maths
  6. Accelerate progress for any pupils that made less than expected previously
  7. Increase the proportion of pupils achieving more than expected progress

 

 

 

 

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