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Vision Statement

 

 

CHURCH GRESLEY INFANT & NURSERY SCHOOL

York Road l Church Gresley l Swadlincote l Derbyshire l DE11 9QQ

Tel/Fax: 01283 217 357 l Email: info@churchgresley.derbyshire.sch.uk I

www.cginschool.co.uk

Co-Headteachers: Mrs Jo Cripps & Mrs Louise Mansell

 

 

 

       Vision Statement         

 

 

 

At Church Gresley Infant and Nursery School our vision is to:

 

Believe in ourselves: Respect and care for each other, encouraging all to be confident and empowered.

 

Achieve the best that we can: Develop happy, independent resilient learners in an inclusive and inspiring environment.

 

Succeed in all that we do: Provide innovative teaching to encourage high aspirations and enterprising minds.

 

 

The policies which help us to achieve our vision

Systems and structures which underpin our vision

  • Admissions
  • Anti Bullying
  • Attendance
  • Behaviour
  • Curriculum
  • EYFS
  • Equalities
  • Health and Safety
  • Inclusion
  • LAC
  • Relationships and Sex Ed
  • Safeguarding and Child Protection
  • SEN
  • SMSC
  • Staff to Pupil ratio
  • CPD programme for all staff
  • Appraisal process
  • Alternative placement secured if we cannot meet a need
  • Pupil Premium Spending

 

  • Sports Premium Spending

 

 

 

Key Performance Indicators to achieve our vision

 

Smart targets to measure progress

 

Yr.1

Yr. 3

Yr.5

Pupil Attainment

Details and measures found within the SIP

Pupil Progress

 

 

 

 

Quality of teaching

100% good or better

100% good, of which 20% is outstanding

100% good, of which 40% is outstanding

  • Anonymised data on the % of good and outstanding teaching

Annual report

Annual report

Annual report

  • Teaching and Learning Report

3 reports per year

3 reports per year

3 reports per year

 % good or better

% good or better

% good or better

  • Externally validated reports

SIRR, LA, OfSTED

SIRR, LA, OfSTED

SIRR, LA, OfSTED

Pupil well being and resilience

96.5% Attendance

97% Attendance

97% Attendance

  • Attendance information

3 reports per year

3 reports per year

3 reports per year

  • Minutes from the school council

 

 

 

  • Annual parent surveys-is your child happy at school?

100% satisfaction

100% satisfaction

100% satisfaction

35% respondees

35% respondees

35% respondees

  • Annual pupil surveys –do you feel safe in school?

97% agree

98% agree

100% agree

Behaviour of pupils

No permanent or temporary exclusions

No permanent or temporary exclusions

No permanent or temporary exclusions

  • Behaviour logs

Termly updates

Termly updates

Termly updates

  • Reward certificates received

75%+ of cohort

80%+ of cohort

85%+ of cohort

  • Attendance at annual head’s tea party

65%+ of cohort

70%+ of cohort

75%+ of cohort

Aspirations of pupils and preparation for next stage of education- Y2 Leavers

 

 

 

  • % Who meet overall individual targets

95%

96%

97%

  • Outcome of year 2 interviews- 10 children sample

80% satisfaction with transition

90% satisfaction with transition

100% satisfaction with transition

  • Transition committee evidence

Twice per year

Twice per year

Twice per year

Range of opportunities for pupils to experience and enhance success

 

 

 

  • Range of extra-curricular activities offered and take up at these activities

100% take up

100% take up

100% take up

  • % of Pupil premium pupils who access these activities

 

 

 

  • Number of educational visitors into classrooms

 

 

 

  • Number of trips

 

 

 

  • Develop facilities for outdoor learning

Prepare physical environment

All nursery and reception access continuous provision

Y1/Y2 access outdoor provision at least weekly

 

July 2016

 

 


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