School Self Evaluation
School self-evaluation is a process by which the senior leadership team and teaching staff in our school evaluate the education we offer pupils and identify areas for action to stimulate improvement in teaching and learning and other aspects of the school's work.
Our school self evaluation statement is a document which sets out where our school is now in terms of the quality of education we deliver to pupils as well as identify areas for further improvement which are further developed in our School Improvement Plan.
Our school self evaluation statement is reviewed with any necessary changes made every month.
Our SEF (Self Evaluation Form) for May 2022 is available by clicking here.
School Improvement Plan
The aim of our school improvement plan is to set out a cycle of actions that reflects a commitment to continuous self-review and improvement.
It outlines the improvement or development opportunities that the stakeholders in the school have identified as being the main priorities to be addressed in order to raise standards. It identifies the actions, resources, responsibilities, measurable milestones, targets and success criteria associated with each opportunity and prioritise them to make best use of available funding or resources.
The targets below were developed with members of the school Governing Board at a meeting in school on Friday 3rd September 2021.
At the heart of all the targets set in this plan for this academic year is a focus on a return to a more normal school experience for pupils (and staff) and identifying and addressing learning gaps that have developed over the past 18 months.
Millfield Primary School – School Improvement Plan - Sept 2021 to July 2022
Areas for Improvement / Key Aims
Key aims – Quality of Education
- To develop further the teaching of reading so that all pupils make strong progress and become confident fluent readers who have a love of reading and read to learn as well as read for pleasure.
- To provide more opportunities in mathematics lessons and across the curriculum for pupils to use their mathematical knowledge and reasoning skills to solve practical problems.
- To further develop the use of assessment for learning strategies to check pupils understanding systematically, identify misconceptions and provide direct clear feedback.
Key aim – Behaviour and Attitudes
- To further develop pupils’ attitudes and resilience to learning so that they are highly motivated about their education and persistent in the face of difficulties allowing them to flourish and thrive at school.
Key aim – Personal Development
- To provide opportunities throughout the curriculum for pupils to develop their self-confidence and self-belief as a means to keeping themselves mentally healthy.
Key aim – Leadership and Management
- For subject leaders throughout the school to ensure that their curriculum subject is embedded securely and consistently enabling pupils to have the skills and knowledge needed so that all pupils know, remember and can do more in all subjects.
Key aim – Early Years Education
- To ensure that effective strategies for the new EYFS are introduced in order to improve early language and literacy.
Our School Improvement Plan is updated at the end of every term (December / April / July) with progress towards key aims reviewed.
Our latest School Improvement Plan is available by clicking here.