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Priority 1: Develop teaching, learning and assessment through excellent professional development, in order for high-quality, enriched curriculum for all pupils, including those with SEND, ensuring they have exceptional standards across the school.

Evaluate assessment and make sure it is meaningful so that it builds pupil's retention of knowledge and skills
  • Teachers to make sure that curriculum intent and what they want pupils to know matches the statements on Scholarpack, ensuring that teaching and assessment are interlinked.
  • Subject leaders to be precise about the vocabulary they want pupils to know and use is through each subject area.
A rigorous and sequential approach to the reading curriculum develops pupils’ fluency, confidence and enjoyment in reading so that all pupils can read fluently by the end of Key Stage One.
  • Teachers assess gaps in reading and quickly address these to make sure that pupils read fluently.
  • quality CPD around reading for fluency.
  • HT to read a story, in the library, daily to different year groups to instil a love of reading.
  • KS1 staff to prioritise reading more; including reading to an adult daily.
To develop teaching & learning of pupils with SEN so that high-quality, differentiated teaching is consistently applied across the school
  • Staff CPD on how to differentiate work effectively.
  • Staff CPD looking at the graduated response, pre-teaching to support those with SEND.
  • Monitor teaching & learning, closely looking at differentiation and how this supports those with SEND.
  • Lead the inclusion team to support staff in differentiation and meeting the needs of all those with SEND.
Enhance the music curriculum further so that it alines to the Model Music Curriculum March 2021, DfE.
  • Pupils to receive a minimum of one hour of teaching
  • Pupils to be given opportunities to sing, including warm-ups, breathing, posture, dynamics, phrasing, context, and vocal health.
  • Pupils to be given opportunities to listen to Western Classical Music, Popular Music, and Traditional Music from around the World.
  • Pupils to perform singing and playing musical instruments.