SIDP

School Improvement and Development Plan 2022-23

The plan aims to focus staff on our main priorities and raise standards for all children. 

Improvement is most likely to be successful if it involves: 

  • a commitment by the whole community to ongoing improvement; 
  • a set of practical strategies for change; 
  • the setting of priorities and timeframes; 
  • clear accountability for monitoring implementation and evaluating impact. 

The School Improvement and Development Plan (SIDP) communicates the school’s priorities to all stakeholders and is a tool to drive the budget plan. We focus on integrated financial planning and make good use of financial and human resource.  

PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT 

All stakeholders are involved with the development of the SIDP; including pupils, parents, trustees and staff. They contribute their views through surveys, meetings and informal discussions. The trustees have a key role in monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of the SIDP through formal visits from the Link Trustee and CEO and regular Progress Boards where senior leaders are held to account.  Each key priority area is led by a Strategy Group Lead, with a team of teachers to support. The Senior Leadership Team monitor implementation through observation and discussion at regular Leadership Team meetings.  

Summary of our Key Priority Areas 2022-23 

Strand Key Objectives 
Writing Strategy Lead:  Mrs Greenwood and Mr SmithTo continue to embed ‘The Write Stuff’ throughout KS1 and to trial the introduction of this is Reception (mixed Year R/1 Class). To keep Phonics training up to date. To carefully monitor the teaching of phonics. To provide coaching for all staff. To incorporate opportunities for longer pieces of writing linked to real experiences.
Maths Strategy Lead: Mrs Graham and Mrs Allen To prioritise 1:1 Maths intervention for disadvantaged with Mrs Abeyta and Mrs Woodward. To fully embed daily Maths focused consistent rapid recall.
Curriculum Strategy Lead: Mrs Coathup To ensure that the curriculum journey for ALL children continues to be progressive and broad, while being flexible and adaptable. To carry out an audit of outdoor provision (learning, resources, how is it planned, % of time it is used in each year group etc). To carry out an audit of equality and diversity across all subjects.

Mousehold Infant and Nursery School is part of Inclusive Schools Trust