School Development Plan 2015/16

Here are our key targets areas for development to consider. Read More

Leadership, Management and Culture


 

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To further build capacity for high quality devolved leadership of teaching and learning, curriculum, monitoring and self-evaluation across all levels of the school leadership team

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To further ensure leaders at all levels effectively monitor, evaluate and improve outcomes for all pupils, including the specific pupil groups.

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To further develop Governors’ accountability, including communications with parents

Teaching, learning and assessment


 

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Further raise quality of teaching by improving the quality of feedback to pupils and ensuring they understand what they need to do to improve and can feed this forward into future work.

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Further raise the quality of teaching and learning, by securing good and increasing the proportion of outstanding learning.

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Establish systems and processes for accurate assessment and tracking of outcomes without levels in English and maths, including setting targets and providing feedback, and ensure parents and pupils are fully informed.

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Further develop curriculum provision in foundation subjects, line with the National Curriculum 2014, to provide a broad range of relevant experiences by reviewing planning, tackling inconsistency and exemplification of standards

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Further strengthen work with feeder schools and High school in order to enhance continuity of curricular provision

Personal development, behaviour and welfare


 

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Tackle pockets of under-attendance, particularly with vulnerable learners and groups

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Further develop pupil leadership by increasing expectation, opportunities and raising the profile of pupil leadership roles in the classroom.

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To ensure opportunities for SMSC, Safety and Wellbeing are identified and provision further enhanced.

Outcomes for pupils


 

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Increase the proportion of pupils meeting and mastering the required standard of age related expectations, in line with National measures, under the new National Curriculum 2014

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Close the gap for individual pupils and specific pupil groups through effective identification and intervention actions.

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Raise the proportion of pupils attaining expected progress in mathematics, including disadvantaged pupils and girls

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Raise the proportion of pupils attaining more than expected progress in reading, including disadvantaged boys and low attainers

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Increase the proportion of higher attaining pupils in SPaG

Ofsted Reports

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Witton Middle School

29-31 Old Coach Rd, Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9, UK

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