Alverstoke Church of England Junior School

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Our Strategic Plan

School Strategic Planning & School Improvement

The school sets strategic priorities to continue to improve outcomes for pupils and in response to statutory expectations and frameworks.

We always consider what is best for pupils at Alverstoke CE Junior School and apply that to our strategic planning. Governors, School Staff, Parents and Pupils are all involved in the evaluation and strategic planning process.

The headline priorities are as follows and the full strategic plan is a working document managed by the School Leadership Team and Governing Body.

Overview of School Improvement Priorities 2020-2021

Key Priority 1 – Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment – To continue to develop and embed the new school curriculum and ensure that the school’s assessment systems are rigorous and robust; driving high quality teaching and learning and securing good progress for all pupils.

Key Priority 2 – Behaviour and Attitudes – To set high expectations for behaviour, with clear systems and procedures that support children to be confident, motivated learners who reflect on their actions and consequences for themselves, others and the world around them.

Key Priority 3 – Personal Development – To work collaboratively with the school community to research and launch new Core Christian Values and EPIC learning behaviours so that pupils gain learning skills for life and contribute positively to society.

 Key Priority 4 - Leadership and Management – To develop strong, highly effective leadership at all levels - (middle leaders, governors, teachers as leaders in their own classrooms, pupils as leaders).

 

School Improvement Planning Process

The School Improvement planning process is determined by a number of factors:

  • Robust and effective School Self Evaluation
  • Internal Stakeholder Views 1.e. staff, governors, parents/carers, pupils
  • External Stakeholder views i.e. Local Authority (LA), Diocese, Ofsted

 

 

This evaluation and planning process provides the compass and the road map for school priorities and actions.

Responsibilities

  • The Governing Body monitors the School Improvement Plan and the Headteacher reports on the SIP through the Headteacher’s Report to the Governing Body.
  • The Senior Leadership Team each have a lead area of responsibility and have detailed development plans related to these areas.
  • The school Self Evaluation document is regularly evaluated and updated by the Governors and Senior Leadership Team, reflecting progress against the SIP and other areas.
  • All school staff have a responsibility to know the school’s improvement priorities and their role in securing improvement.