Beeston Rylands Junior School
2022-23 Quality of Education
- Key Priority 1 Curriculum (intent and implementation)
To ensure that all subjects within the school curriculum are sequenced effectively to show the progression of substantive knowledge, disciplinary knowledge and explicit vocabulary from F1 to Yr 6.
To review cultural capital and use of the local environment in our re written curriculum.
To introduce and embed curriculum drivers.
- Key priority 2 Data (impact)
To accelerate rates of progress and raise attainment in reading for all groups with a focus on SEND and disadvantaged pupils.
To accelerate rates of progress and raise attainment in writing for all groups with a focus on SEND and disadvantaged pupils.
2022-23 Behaviour and attitudes
- Key Priority 3
To introduce and embed new behaviour policy to further embed positive learning behaviour and attitudes and ensure this is done consistently with rewards that further build upon cultural capital through the reward system.
2022-23 Personal development
- Key Priority 4
To review SMSC within the curriculum/assemblies ensuring enrichment activities and an exploration of future careers to inspire pupils.
2022-23 Leadership and management
- Key Priority 5
To continue to drive consistency in high quality subject leadership with a focus on CPD, further curriculum development and monitoring across all curriculum areas.
To introduce Cpoms as the new safeguarding system.