School Improvement Plan
A Trinity, we strive to ensure each and every one of our children receives the very best education. To help us achieve this, each year we create a School Improvement Plan (SIP). The SIP is created following input from staff, pupils, parents & governors. The areas we are working to improve are chosen based on evidence from self-review. This means that our school self-evaluation ties directly into our plans for improvement. Each year of the plan begins on 1st September and we focus on 3 areas for improvement each year. We work on the principle that we have a greater impact when our efforts are concentrated on fewer things; when we ‘Do less, better!’
Here are the 3 priorities for 2019 – 2020:
- Improve outcomes in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 (specifically closing the gender gap in EYFS, improving children’s maths fluency in KS1 and improving children’s reading fluency in KS2).
- To continue to personalise the curriculum so that it meets the needs of all learners
- Improve mental / emotional health and well-being of staff and children.
The full SIP is available on request from the school office.
Long term plan
School also has a long-term plan, which focuses on projects which could take place over several years.
Our two main projects are:
- To investigate the community need for a 0 – 3 year old School-based Nursery.
- To establish Trinity School as an ‘Outdoor Centre of Environmental Excellence’. This will involve our trained and highly skilled ‘Forest School & Eco Team’ and children offering CPD and lessons to organisations and children in our dedicated outdoor classroom.