Quality of Education
Completion of a ‘recovery plan’ to address both the academic gaps and the mental health needs of children returning to school.
Introduce a new RE curriculum linked to Understanding Christianity.
Completion of knowledge organisers for non-core areas to be shared with parents and published on the school website.
Behaviour and attitude
Ensuring that the impact/changes linked to COVID 19 are reflected in policy and practice.
Re-establishing positive behaviours around school and expectations towards their learning.
Develop further opportunities for children to develop and manage their mental health.
Identify and support children who are experiencing anxiety regarding their lockdown experience and returning to school.
Leadership and Management
Use new non-core assessment linked to knowledge and skills.
Complete and action workload reduction plan, to work in partnership with staff to reduce workload.
Further develop the role of curriculum leads.
Develop a contingency plan for any future, long-term, school closure.
Introduce and evaluate the new National Baseline assessment.
Ensure there is a smooth start to school for both new reception and nursery children due to a lack of an Induction programme in the Summer term.
Begin to integrate the new EYFS curriculum (statutory Sept 2021)
Develop the outdoor play areas, creating separate safe spaces for FS2 and FS1.