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Wheatley CE Primary School

Together we Thrive

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Wheatley CE Primary School

Together we Thrive

Strategic Planning

Overview

Wheatley CE Primary is a good school (Ofsted, June 2019) with community at its heart. Our pupils are loved, nurtured and enabled to succeed in an atmosphere of high expectation, aspiring to educational excellence with a firm foundation of Christian values.  We teach a broad and balanced curriculum focusing on core skills to ensure that all pupils reach their academic potential and become responsible citizens equipped for the modern world.  We are an inclusive school where diversity is respected and celebrated, and where we work together in partnership to ensure that our children thrive intellectually, socially, culturally, physically and spiritually.

“I have come in order that you might have life – life in all its fullness.”  John 10:10

 

The leadership team and members of the school local governing body (LGB) work together closely to further develop the school and our provision for all pupils. We aim to be an outstanding education provider, striving to achieve excellence in all areas. 

 

The school's Raising Achievement Plan (RAP) sets out the vision for the school and its strategy and priorities for the years 2018-2021 to achieve that vision. It also sets out specific actions for the year ahead in the form of a detailed operational plan.

 

The RAP is developed through robust discussion by and consultation with staff and governors and with consideration of parent and pupil voice. School improvement planning is driven by rigorous school self-evaluation using a range of data and evidence collected by the leadership team, governors and through external support. On-going self-evaluation may lead to an amendment of the plan throughout the year. The RAP also includes the school's response to the recommendations made in our most recent Ofsted report, although our school’s development goes much beyond those next steps.

 

The milestones document below sets out the key markers for this academic year linked to the three-year priorities for school improvement.

Parent Milestones Meetings

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