Bollin Primary School's Development plan highlights the key priorities we will be focusing on for the next academic year.
Aspirational Learning (Outcomes)
Key Priority: : For attainment in all key stages to be consistently above the national average.
At least 95% of pupils are making at least good gains in their learning, as evidenced by regular book scrutiny, pupil voice and learning walks and termly pupil progress meetings. (Y2-Y6, 6 steps progress; YN-Y1 5 steps)
Quality of Teaching, Learning & Assessment
Key Priority: To increase the opportunities for pupils to work at greater depth.
All teaching is judged ‘over time’ to be at least good, with 50% being judged to be outstanding as observed during all monitoring activities, as evidenced by regular book scrutiny, pupil voice and learning walks and termly pupil progress meetings.
21st Century curriculum
Curriculum map for year groups YN-Y6
Teachers embed reading, writing and communication and, where appropriate, mathematics exceptionally well across the curriculum, equipping all pupils with the necessary skills to make progress.
To develop outdoor learning throughout the school.
Ensuring all groups of pupils make good or better progress over time
Pupil Voice established across school.
Key Priority: All pupils have made at least good and in some cases outstanding progress from their starting points. Teaching is at least good and often outstanding, with levels of challenge for all pupils being explicit and well- tailored to their needs and stages of development. The learning environment (both inside & outside) always maximises on the learning opportunities for all pupils, ensuring that enquiry skills and child initiated learning are always underpinned by key skills.
Leadership & Management
Key Priority: For all leaders, including Governors to be judged to be at good or better.
Key Priority: To ensure SMSC is good or better. To ensure pupils know and experience a healthy lifestyle.