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It has been great to see all the children back at school! 

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Our Vision 

to provide a safe, happy

and aspirational environment for all,

where a wide, values-based curriculum

challenges children to develop

emotionally, socially and intellectually


In 2019-2020, we will ensure...

Our curriculum is ambitious and designed to give all pupils, particularly disadvantaged pupils and including pupils with SEND, the knowledge and cultural capital they need to succeed in life, especially through reading.

Approaches are embedded which inspire exceptionally positive behaviours for learning

Innovative strategies are used to reduce persistent absence. 

There is a coherent, synthesised approach to values education, and relationships, sex and health education

Leaders engage all staff in a relentless and ambitious drive to improve outcomes for all pupils

Governors systematically challenge leaders about variations in outcomes for pupil groups, and between disadvantaged and other pupils nationally.

Incisive evaluation of early years provision leads to highly focused professional development

The progress of disadvantaged pupils in reading and writing is close to or is improving towards that of other pupils nationally.

The progress of all pupils maths is close to or improving towards that of other pupils with the same starting points.