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St Anne’s: Ofsted Summary. Why is St Anne’s in Special Measures?. Achievement is poor. Progress is inconsistent Some weak teaching observed and over a sustained period of time will be the cause of insufficient progress in writing

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why is st anne s in special measures
Why is St Anne’s in Special Measures?
  • Achievement is poor. Progress is inconsistent
  • Some weak teaching observed and over a sustained period of time will be the cause of insufficient progress in writing
  • The more able do not make sufficient progress because tracking has been poor over time
  • Progress for those who are eligible for the pupil premium is poor
  • In some classes at times differentiation is poor and pace of learning is slow
  • Issues with the number of Headteachers and monitoring by Governors
what does st anne s need to do to improve further
What does St Anne’s need to do to improve further?
  • Improve the quality of teaching so that it is consistently good or better by:
    • Accurately assessing pupils attainment
    • Raising expectations of what all pupils can achieve and setting tasks appropriate for their needs
    • Ensuring the pace of learning in all lessons is fast enough to ensure good progress
  • Raise achievement in writing by:
    • Providing more opportunities for pupils to write at length across the curriculum
    • Ensuring the writing policy is consistently applied in all classes
  • Improve leadership and management by ensuring that:
    • Weaknesses in teaching are eliminated rapidly with checks implemented
    • Performance management is linked to achievement and includes CPD
improve the quality of teaching
Improve the quality of teaching
  • To raise the quality of teaching to 100% good-outstanding
  • Every member of the teaching staff to be observed at least 4 times before the end of the academic year by SLT
  • Targets set, support given and progress monitored (pupil progress meetings and i-tracker)
  • To raise the quality of planning
  • Every member of the teaching staff to submit weekly plans that include clear objectives, differentiation and success criteria
  • Every member of teaching staff to have a scheme of work covering skills, attainment levels, cross curricular links
improve the quality of teaching1
Improve the quality of teaching
  • TAs will be used appropriately in lessons to raise standards
  • Teachers will give clear direction to their TAs
  • TAs will seek guidance if they are unsure
  • CPD training
  • Assessment, Performance Management, literacy, SEN, numeracy, planning, i-tracker, writing, moderation of writing , AFL active learning, ‘Good-Outstanding’ teaching
  • Upcoming: Gifted and Talented, responding to learning, maths planning and teaching
improve the quality of teaching2
Improve the quality of teaching
  • Improve the quality of verbal and written marking through the use of AFL and marking strategies
  • Audit books regularly and give written feedback to individual staff
  • The quality of verbal feedback to pupils- to be observed in lesson observations and drop ins
  • Pupil targets individualised in all learning books.
  • CPD training on questioning and feedback
improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data
Improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data
  • To monitor progress and attainment of all pupils thoroughly in Literacy and Numeracy
  • Formal assessment (Phonics test, spelling test & SATS) half term recorded by sub levels on i-tracker
  • Establish baseline minimum progress expectations/ targets (EYFS Profile + Year 2 SATS)
  • Analysis of the whole school tracker by SLT
  • Analysis of individual classes by teachers
  • Analysis to be discussed in pupil progress meetings
improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data1
Improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data
  • To monitor progress and attainment of specific groups such as: Higher Achievers, SEN, EAL, Ever 6, FSM
  • Analysis of individual classes by teachers
  • Analysis to be discussed in pupil progress meetings
  • To develop intervention strategies to close the gaps
  • SENCos to work with teachers, support staff and SLT to establish good interventions to move children’s learning on
improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data2
Improving the achievement of pupils and improving the use of performance data
  • For teachers to use performance data to set targets for individual children
  • Discuss progress in team meetings every 6 weeks and set targets for pupils
  • For SENCos to monitor interventions and provision maps to insure impact is being achieved
  • Support for SEN/SENCofrom SLT, ELT and external advisor
  • SENComonitoring timetable planned on annual plan
  • SENCOs to analyse SEN data on tracker and feedback to SLT as planned
  • To improve formative assessment of writing (Spring Term)and numeracy (Summer Term)
  • Introduce assessment grids for writing
  • Half termly pupil progress meetings in each key stage
  • Audits on planning and marking
improve behaviour and safety
Improve behaviour and safety
  • Continue to raise standards of behaviour by reviewing and improve the diamond rules to meet the needs of all of our children
  • Strict adherence to the Diamond rules by all staff
  • Review the behaviour policy
  • SEN pupils for behaviour to be assessed by Behaviour Support and IBPs written or PSP put in place
  • Improve the Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural aspects of the school
  • Increase number of extra-curricular clubs
  • Increase the number of educational visits
  • Increase external visitors
  • Improve Pupil Voice through school council
  • Re-launch House System through inter house competitions
  • Create stronger ties with St Anne’s Church
improve leadership and management
Improve leadership and management
  • Implement immediately and monitor regularly and consistently health and safety procedures including safeguarding
  • Introduce Performance Management
  • Improve long term communication within the school staff (Annual Plan)
  • Extended Leadership support to ensure capacity for sustained improvement
  • Build effective governance
  • Improve the school finances