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 2022 – 2023:
- Improve outcomes in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 (specifically improving literacy skills in EYFS, improving children’s maths fluency in KS1 and improving children’s grammar, punctuation, spelling and handwriting skills in KS1 and KS2).
- To improve the quality of Design Technology provision in KS1 and KS2.
- Further enhance the quality of teaching in the 'advancing' and 'deep' cognitive domains in Y2, Y4 and Y6. .
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 an 'all year round' holiday club.
- 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.