Outcomes for Children:
Marking and constructive feedback from the teacher and other pupils are frequent and are of a consistently high standard. These activities enable pupils to understand how to improve their work encouraging high levels of commitment and interest. Teachers are very knowledgeable of their subjects and areas of learning, and are highly effective in teaching them.
Pupils show resilience, confidence and independence when tackling challenging activities.
Teachers systematically and effectively check pupils’ understanding throughout lessons, anticipating where they may need to intervene and doing so with noticeable impact on the quality of learning. No time is wasted and every opportunity is taken to apply key skills across the curriculum.
Teaching is consistently good and much is outstanding – with the result that pupils and groups of children are making well above expected progress over time.
Raise achievement in all subjects and ensure more pupils, across all vulnerable groups, reach higher levels in
We aim to produce independent thinkers and learners who are better prepared for 21st Century Learning:
Performance Measure - Success Criteria: