At Chapelford Village Primary School, we continue to strive to improve and develop in our vision to become an exceptional school. Our School Improvement Plan (SIP) sets out priorities that we want to achieve over the academic year. We would like to share our priorities with you and explain what we are doing to achieve these, and how you can support the school to meet our goals.
Chapelford Village Primary School 2021-22 School Impact Plan Key Priorities
Quality of Education
Key Priority 1
Further Improve the Quality of Education at CVPS with a focus on retrieval practice to secure subject specific knowledge and skills in pupils long term memory, so that they can demonstrate they KNOW MORE, REMEMBER MORE and can APPLY MORE to their year group end points. (Using Chapelford's PRRA approach - Precision, Repetition, Retrieval, Application)
Behaviour and Attitudes
Key Priority 2
To further develop consistency in pupil’s behaviour and attitudes ensuring that all pupils demonstrate respect for diversity and difference in all forms across the school. As a result, all pupils show high levels of self-control and positive attitudes to their education, especially following the impact of Covid-19.
Key Priority 3
To further embed the personal development curriculum for all pupils to ensure that they remain supported in their physical, emotional and mental health and well-being in post pandemic Britain.
Leadership and Management
Key Priority 4
Further enhance the role of subject leaders, with a specific focus on securing improvements in the quality of teaching and learning across all curriculum subjects, through monitoring including coaching, modelling, mentoring, training and CPD.
Key Priority 5
Drive the consistency of the existing good or better teaching in the Early Years, through the new EY curriculum, with a key focus on mathematics and communication and language including the development of vocabulary so that 75% are ready to access the KS1 curriculum by July 2022.
How parents can support our priorities?
We believe that having the support of parents is vital in achieving our priorities and securing the improvement of the school.
Parents can support our priorities by ensuring that children attend school each day and are punctual, arriving at school on time to start their learning, so that they receive their full educational entitlement. Parents can also support their child’s learning by accessing and using the school’s website which is full of relevant and important information about your child’s current curriculum learning and other useful learning support tools.
You can help us further develop an exceptional school by promoting the school’s ethos:
Learn, Achieve Respect