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School Improvement

“Teach children how they should live, and they will remember it all their life.”

Proverbs 22:6


"I have come in order that you might have life - life in all its fullness."

John 10:10

We want to be a thriving school. We want every child and adult in the school to thrive and grow enjoying life in all its fullness and living rewarding, harmonious lives in modern Britain. We aim to be in top 40% of school for all academic measures while maintaining a broad curriculum where all children’s skills and interests a grown and educating children for life.

For school outcomes and the data that drives school improvement priorities please see:

School Improvement Projects

School improvement rarely falls neatly into an academic year and projects take varying lengths of time to be established into the school. Therefore we have a rolling program of school improvemnet with each term having a focus on a new initiative and staff being supported in developing skills or resources that link to an area of school improvement. The following details these projects and how we measure the impact of our work on school improvement. Alongside these school drivers there may be other subject action plans however we are mindful of staff wellbeing and their ability to drive change on multiple fronts so these are also focused on the areas of most need and will not include every single curriculum subject.


We want to grow pupils behaviours and attitudes with pupils that make a highly positive, tangible contribution to the life of the school and the wider community. We want to support this through the depth of the pupils' personal development and this project aims to:

  • Provide a wide range of opportunities to nurture, develop and stretch pupils’ talents and interests.
  • Provide pupils with meaningful opportunities to understand how to be responsible, respectful, active citizens who contribute positively to society.
  • Teach pupils know how to discuss and debate issues and ideas in a considered way.


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