School Improvement

The School Improvement Plan is formulated using a wealth of information such as:

  • End of key stage attainment
  • Performance against other schools as illustrated in RAISE online
  • Progress information from across the school
  • Needs analysis for specific cohorts of children
  • Development points from previous OFSTED inspections
  • Feedback from pupils, parents and staff

This information is used to formulate school improvement aims for a three year period.  Teaching staff are members of a school improvement team tackling key priorities.  Teams draw up detailed action plans for each academic year identifying key actions, progress measures and impact information.  The budget is matched to meet the aims of these priorities.

Leaders have an accurate view of the school and the relative strengths and areas of development. Through a robust school improvement plan, leaders target the next steps for improvement to help the school move further forward. For example, in the past boys made less progress than boys nationally in their writing but, as a result of leaders action, boys progress in writing improved.

What Ofsted Says


The school self-evaluation documents are updated on a termly basis. Our School Self Evaluation  can be downloaded below:

As part of our self-evaluation we continuously gather feedback on our performance from parents, pupils and staff.  You can download the latest information here:

Our Pupil Leadership Team focus upon sections of the pupil questionnaire as part of their weekly class feedback session so we are constantly building an accurate and current picture of their thoughts.  Our Year 5/6 pupils complete the full questionnaire on an annual basis as well.  Their responses can be downloaded:

You can also click below to see our letter from the Rt Hon. David Laws (Minister for State Schools) which we received after his visit in 2013.

We recently received a letter from the Minister of State for School Standards in January 2020, congratulating us on exceptionally high standards in writing and maths and being in the top 1% of primary schools in the country.