Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan (SIP)

School Improvement Aims

Aims of Ashleigh Primary School

At Ashleigh Primary School we believe that every child must be provided with opportunities to develop socially, emotionally, academically and physically to achieve the highest possible standards. We are an inclusive learning community that is forward thinking, innovative and confident and committed to ensuring that all of the children in our care are happy, enthusiastic and purposeful learners.

We are working together to:

Raise achievement through a commitment to high standards and expectations

Enable every child to succeed as an independent, enthusiastic and confident learner

Provide active, co-operative and independent learning through dynamic and high quality teaching

Create an atmosphere where each child is valued as an individual, enabling them to develop a positive self-image, self discipline and respect for others

Ensure equality of opportunity at all times, so that each child is given appropriate support and enrichment

Create an inclusive learning community which challenges and enables every learner to flourish, prosper and develop aspirations for a successful future

Provide a welcoming, secure, stimulating and enriched learning environment

Provide an innovative, creative and integrated curriculum which inspires and motivates children to learn and which takes account of different learning styles

Celebrate our rich diversity and work in partnership with parents, children and the wider community

Aims of the School Improvement Plan

To set challenging targets in the curriculum and whole school environment to raise achievement and attainment for all pupils

To raise expectations and standards of learning and teaching

To provide high quality resources throughout the school ensuring quality and appropriate provision at all stages of children’s development

To provide staff with appropriate resources and training to enable them to improve their practice and carry out teaching more effectively

To provide inclusive and fully integrated curricular provision to enable children to fulfil their potential

To provide a safe and secure learning environment which enables children to continue to treat others with understanding & respect

Leadership and School Organisation

To continue to provide strong, cohesive and effective leadership with a clear direction on improving standards, provision and achievement across the school

To enable staff with leadership responsibilities to be accountable for high standards and achievement

To increase involvement of parent and carers in children’s learning

Staff Development

To develop the role of subject leaders in monitoring, evaluating and leading children’s learning

To ensure performance management and review is effective in supporting professional development for all staff

To ensure that all staff continue to have opportunities for the professional review of their work.

Priorities for 2023-24

  • Curriculum
  • Learning Outside the Classroom
  • Writing across the curriculum