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Fulwell Infant School Academy           (Map)

Ebdon Lane

Sunderland

Tyne and Wear

SR6 8ED

Fulwell Infant School Academy is part of Jigsaw Learning Trust

School Development Priorities 2017-18

 

In 2018:


Achievement We aim to:

• Maintain our high standards and achievement of all children in all subjects, but particularly reading, writing, maths and science (Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and Key Stage 1).
• Improve the % of children improving their outcome in key stage 1 from that achieved in EYFS..
• Improve the % of pupil premium children reaching similar standards to their non PP peers.
• Maintain/improve the % of children making 'good' progress, as judged against Ofsted criteria.
• Maintain/improve the % of children successfully completing the phonics screen in year 1.

 

Quality of Teaching We aim to:
• Maintain the % of teaching that is either good or outstanding to 95%.
• Ensure that all classroom support is timely and well-focused.
• Ensure that the way we assess (check) children’s learning is regularly and consistently used throughout school.
• Ensure that we use these checks to effectively plan each child's next steps in learning.

 

Behaviour We aim to:
• Improve our attendance to greater than 96% applying the directive to refuse authorisation of term time holidays.
• Continue our work on restorative practice and work towards being an attachment friendly school.
• Maintain/improve our gold standard systems for dealing with bullying.

 

Leadership and Management We aim to:
• Effectively lead maintaining teaching so that at least 95% of teaching is good or better.
• Maintain our high standards and progress across the school.
• Establish our Multi Academy Trust to include schools that share our ethos.
• Extend the opportunities for high quality PE and sport, within and beyond the school day.
• Maintain a vibrant learning environment that stimulates and supports children's learning.
• Act as an advocate school for Inspire Maths.

 

Wendy Angus