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School Improvement Priorities 2019 - 20

As well as our strategic long-term planning for the school, St Paul's has the following Key Priorities for school improvement over the coming academic year:


Key Priority One

Achievement & Quality of Teaching & Learning

Further improve the quality of teaching and the rate of pupils progress by:

  • Developing teaching and learning in maths and the wider curriculum
  • Further developing the school's approach in the teaching of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Continuing to develop effective teaching and learning, including challenge for the more able, effective marking and support for EAL pupils
  • Ensuring further development and evaluation of a personalised curriculum
  • Continuing to develop the quality of provision in the EYFS to bring outcomes more in line with national


Key Priority Two

Leadership and Management, Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

Further increase the impact of leaders and managers at all levels in school to improve pupils'  educational outcomes, personal development, behaviour and welfare by:

  • Ensuring leadership at all levels is effectively established and proficient 
  • Embedding the role of Pupil Support Worker to impact positively on pupil and family well-being to further improve outcomes 
  • Embed expectations for excellent behaviour and further improve attendance to impact on overall pupil welfare and outcomes