1 Warren Road is committed to safeguarding all children School Improvement plan . 2012 - 2017. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . CONTENTS. Vision and Summary of Means Page 3. Key Priorities Page 6. School Targets 2008 and 2009 Page 7. Developing Management Annual Maintenance Activities Page 8. Expenditure Projects Precise Tasks Page 10. Leadership & Management Page 13. Governor Development Plans Page 15. Finance Page 17. Health & Safety Action plan Page 20. School Office Development plan Page 21. Premises & Grounds Page 23.
2 Every Child Matters Page 25. Early Years Page 28. Inclusion/Access/Racial Equality and Cultural Diversity Page 30. Communications Page 31. Community Links Page 32. Global Dimension Page 34. National Sustainability Framework Page 35. Subject Leaders Development Plans 2010/11. Art/Design Page 36. Assessment Page 38. English/Literacy Page 39. Environment Page 40. Geography Page 41. History Page 43. ICT Page 45. Modern Foreign Languages Page 47. Music Page 48. Numeracy Page 49. PE Page 50. PSHEC Page 51. RE Page 52.
3 Science Page 53. Special Needs Page 55. Gifted & Talented Page 56. Extra Curricular and Travel plan Page 58. Future Development Ideas 2010/2015 Page 60. PDL plan for School Improvement Priorities Page 65. 2. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . VISION. Aiming for excellence within a happy, caring community for all CONTEXT. Warren Road Primary School has 841 pupils on roll in May 2012 It had a successful Ofsted Inspection in March 2008 when the School was judged outstanding. Developing creativity in the curriculum, by linking subjects was agreed as an area for the School to develop further and this issue has been included in this plan in italics.
4 Attendance is also an aspect for Improvement . PROCESS. Following a detailed analysis of academic standards, Subject Leaders draw up, in consultation with staff, draft subject Improvement plans. Subject Leaders use Performance Management Reviews in September to identify targets for future Improvement . These feed into the School Improvement plan . Governors, parents, pupils, staff (teaching and non-teaching) are encouraged to contribute their ideas, via brown paper exercises, through the School Change Team. Priorities for Improvement for the academic year are agreed and fed back into the Performance Management process.
5 Funding implications are identified by the Senior Management Team and presented to the Governors' Finance Committee, who are responsible for prioritising' funding accordingly. Finally, the School Improvement plan is formally approved by the Governors and evaluated annually by the School Change Team. VALUES. Inspiring creative minds and an enthusiasm for discovery Encouraging persistence, independence and high expectations 3. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . Instilling respect and an understanding of social and moral responsibility Promoting a strong sense of community where everyone is valued as an individual Ensuring all can learn within a safe, stimulating and supportive environment Building the courage to embrace risk and continually question Equipping all with the skills to adapt to the future Valuing.
6 Encouraging and celebrating achievement in all its forms Providing opportunity and challenge within and beyond the curriculum Appreciating the environment and committing to sustainability Fostering spiritual and cultural awareness Making learning fun We are committed to safeguarding all pupils, staff and members of the School community. 4. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . Key: Red = Raising Standards Maroon = Every Child Matters Blue = Leadership and Management Green = Environment These themes permeate all other plans, including subject plans SUMMARY OF MEANS.
7 2012 - 2013 . 1. Fund the retention and attraction of high quality staff to promote outstanding teaching and learning 2. Finance the further development of creativity within the Foundation and National Curricula (with their assessment and training implications). 3. Sustain the building developments and repair, including the security system to ensure a well-maintained School . 4. Develop Warren Teaching School Alliance 5. Progress the programme for the generation of additional income. 6. Continue to fund extra curricular activities for the children and career development programmes for staff.
8 7. Maintain and extend parental and international School links, the School journey and educational visits programme. 8. Continue to improve the learning environment. This summary of means is subdivided again into precise tasks that appear later in this plan . 5. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . KEY PRIORITIES. 2012 - 2013 . 1. To increase the progress of pupils with special needs, including the more able, to above norm for schools in similar circumstances and remove 10% of pupils from the SEN register 2. To continue to improve differentiation by task, especially in writing by increasing the % of Level 4+ writers from 89% to 92% and Level 5+ from 33% to 40%.
9 3. To continue to improve attendance to above 96%. 4. To develop the Warren Teaching School Alliance 5. To continue to improve the learning environment to facilitate teaching and learning To improve Performance Management systems to increase ownership All Subject Leaders have Subject Development Plans for 2012 -2017, but the above six priorities apply to every aspect of the School 's work. 6. WARREN ROAD PRIMARY School . NOTIFICATION OF School TARGETS FOR 2013 AND 2014 AT KS2. The following targets have been agreed and formally ratified by the full Governing Body 2013 .
10 Target for 2013 (shown as percentage). Percentage achieving Level 4+ in both English and maths 87%. English Level 5+ 54%. Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in English from KS1 91%. Mathematics Level 5+ 55%. Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in Maths from KS 1 91%. Science Level 5+ 68%. 2014. Target for 2014 (shown as percentage). Percentage achieving Level 4+ in both English and maths 92%. English Level 5+ 55%. Percentage making 2 Nat. CC levels progress in English from KS1 94%. Mathematics Level 5+ 61%.