School Improvement Priorities

Whitehall Infant School is a good school. The Governors, Head Teacher and Senior Leadership team continually evaluate the school’s effectiveness, and identify School Improvement Priorities to move our school forward.

 

School Improvement Priorities 2017 - 2018

 

1. Continue to improve outcomes for pupils in particular areas.

  • This priority looks at pupils attainment and progress across the school and how we can improve from the previous year through teaching and learning.

2. Continue to improve the behaviour and safety of our school community.

  • This priority looks at how, as a school, we can continue to improve our good behaviour systems and safeguarding procedures. It also covers how we promote positive attitudes and behaviour within school using various strategies such as our PSHE curriculum.

3. Continue to improve the organisational effectiveness of the school.

  • This priority looks at organisational features across the school. This ranges from timetabling in year groups to the effectiveness of leadership and management.

4. Enhance the mental health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff.

  • This final priority looks at the mental health and wellbeing of both pupils in school and staff. It focuses on how we can support pupils so that they are ready to learn and know how to deal with their own emotions.