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Stoke Newington Church Street
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To maintain the OFSTED grading of outstanding

William Patten School Development Plan 2021–22

Leadership and management

  •  To ensure that governors are well equipped to maintain their oversight of the school in order to play an active role in its strategic development.
  •  To raise achievement in maths and English across the school, through effective approaches to recovery.
  •  To embed the teaching of Relationships Education, in line with statutory guidance. £2,873
  • To establish the new Music Subject Leader in their role, to ensure development and continuum of successful subject leadership. £2,873
  • To incorporate the National Music Curriculum into the programme of study. £600
  • To establish the new PE Subject Lead in their role to ensure development and continuum of successful subject leadership. £5,500
  • To develop the role of the phase leaders, with a focus on monitoring, target setting and review to maintain and develop standards across all curriculum areas.  £9,638
  • To incorporate the School Business Manager into the School’s Senior Leadership Team.
  • To increase the quality of handwriting and the accuracy of spelling across key stage 1 and 2. £600
  • To raise achievement in RWM combined in Year 2 and 5
  • To develop the school’s engagement with vulnerable families. £1000
  • To successfully establish the revised EYFS 2021 framework in EYFS, in line with statutory guidance, and to link EYFS outcomes with the whole school curriculum map

 

Quality of education

  • To embed and (re)establish agreed maths scheme and operate in consideration of DfE guidance on maths recovery. £17,655
  • To increase and develop opportunities for extended writing and reading (including comprehension) in accordance with the school’s modified progression map in English. £3,000
  • To develop consistency and greater links between whole class texts and written outcomes, as informed by the Hamilton Scheme of work. £175
  • To focus on the teaching and assessment of key knowledge across all subjects, ensuring appropriate recap and coverage of prior content that coincided with periods of school closure.
  • To develop use of the school, it’s grounds, including the rooftop terrace and edible garden, and local grounds, to support identified curriculum knowledge as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. £2,435
  • To ensure that the school’s curriculum promotes race, gender and LBGQ+ equality, and that opportunities to develop children’s understanding are considered, planned for and incorporated as part of the core offer.
  • To ensure that teaching and learning approaches enable disadvantaged and SEND pupils to acquire the key identified knowledge and skills across the curriculum. £9,205
  • To ensure that the targeted support for Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) learners impacts on the progress and attainment of this group. £54,617
  • Develop consistency of RWI teaching, in Reception and KS1 to minimise the impact of school closure on children’s progress in learning to read.

Behaviour and attitudes

  • To foster an awareness of global issues of inequality and how movements, including Black Lives Matter, can achieve positive change. £2,500
  • To develop awareness of gender inequality, and how to recognise negative gender stereotypes as a means to overcome limitations.
  • To instil positive values (in line with fundamental British values), instilling a culture of consideration for others and a sense of gratitude.£850

Personal development

  • To develop children’s tolerance, humility, respect and kindness for others within and beyond the school community
  • To develop greater representation from the whole school community to support the mental health and wellbeing (MHWB) of all
  • To further develop the MHWB support available to all members of the school community £15,000

EYFS

  • To successfully establish the revised EYFS 2021 framework in EYFS, and to link EYFS outcomes with the whole school curriculum map
  • Develop consistency of RWI teaching, in EYFS and KS1, to minimise the impact of school closure on children’s progress in learning to read
  • To continue to refine and embed the use of Power Maths in Reception.
  • Ensure assessment and tracking systems are purposeful and reflect the EYFS Curriculum (2021)
  • To embed EYFS assessment procedures and ensure that assessment data is used to identify children needing additional support or further challenge
  • To raise attainment of identified groups of learners, particularly PPG and SEND children