Our school strategic plan gives an overview of our objectives for the academic year. This plan is broken down into termly objectives and actions. All staff take a part in leading our short and long term objectives with the senior leadership team taking overall responsibility.

Our school leadership team 2021 2022

Interim executive headteacher: Miss S. Greer

Interim head of school: Mrs J. Gibbons (curriculum; assessment; pupil premium)

Interim deputy headteacher: Mr S. Towler (SEND; safeguarding; inclusion)

TLR postholders:
Mr M. Baker
whole curriculum and science lead
Miss R. Evans
reading; RE; standards and moderation; phase lead KS2
Mrs C. Edgar 
writing; MFL; standards and moderation
Miss K. Patterson
early years foundation stage; phonics and early reading
Miss L. Rodick
mathematics; standards and moderation; phase lead years KS1

Lead learning mentor Mrs K. Sears
Learning mentor: Mrs D. Hill

Subject/ aspect leaders:

EYFS: Miss K. Patterson
English team: Mrs C. Edgar; Miss R. Evans; Miss K. Patterson
Mathematics: Miss L. Rodick
Science: Mr M. Baker
History: Mr M. Baker
Geography: Mrs J. Pinch
Spanish: Mrs C. Edgar
Computing: Mr M Baker
Art: Miss L. Smart
Design technology: Miss L. Smart
PE: Miss T. Murphy
RE: Miss R. Evans
Music: Miss E. Webster
PHSE: Mr S. Towler
MFL: Mrs C. Edgar

Our school improvement priorities 2021 2022

Quality of Education

The curriculum gives pupils the knowledge and cultural capital they need (including the more able, SEND and disadvantaged) to be successful in all subjects

Behaviour and Attitudes

Pupils behave consistently well, demonstrating high levels of self control and consistently positive attitudes to their education.

Personal Development

The school consistently promotes the extensive personal development of pupils, including the development of character.

Leadership and Management

Leaders have a clear and ambitious vision for providing high-quality education to all pupils. This is realised through strong, shared values, policies and practice.