School Priorities

School Priorities 2020-21

Behaviour and Attitude

To develop a fully inclusive, positive, tolerant, respectful and caring school community in which all groups of learners show a commitment to, and engagement with, their learning both in school and digitally.

Quality of Education : Impact

To be above national figures for attainment and progress for all groups and in the top 10% of schools nationally.

Quality of Education : Implementation

To ensure that the school’s implementation of the curriculum, both face to face and online,is inspirational, through expert subject knowledge, creative pedagogy and passion that leads pupils to a lifelong love of individual subjects and reading.

Quality of Education : Intent

To provide a world-class curriculum which enriches pupils’ ambition and love of learning and equips them with the skills, knowledge and cultural capital they need to access aspirational post-16 pathways and the responsibilities and experiences of later life.

Leadership and Management

Create an ambitious and inclusive culture in which pupils and staff feel highly valued, physically and mentally well, safe and motivated to achieve their aspirational goals working within a school that is recognised Nationally as a beacon of excellence.
To strategically lead a plan that measures the impact of Covid-19 on the school community and closes the gaps that have been created in all aspects of school life.

Personal Development

To ensure we go the extra mile to promote the personal development of pupils so that they have access to a rich set of experiences which are planned in a coherent way. As a result of this pupils are able to thrive in modern Britain as a consequence of the rich set of opportunities that are offered within and beyond the curriculum.