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SIP Summary April 2016

Key

 The target has been achieved.  
 Significant progress has been made towards achieving the target.  The target will be achieved.  
 Progress towards achieving the target has been begun. The target is likely to be completed.  
 Progress to achieve the target has yet to begin or the target is unlikely to be completed by the end of the academic year.  

Effectiveness of Leadership and Management

 1.1 Improve the quality of self-evaluation and school improvement through updated and enhanced SSE and SIP  
 1.2 Raise quality of provision through Lincolnshire Peer to Peer Review  
 1.3 Improve the effectiveness of leadership and management – Governors  
 1.4 Improve the effectiveness of leadership and management - Staff  
 1.5 Maintaining a Safeguarding culture  
 1.6 Embed the monitoring and evaluation of teaching and learning  
 1.7 Data Analysis to ensure robust tracking and progress  
 1.8 Embed a reporting process that is seamless and accurate  
 1.9 CPD requirements  
 1.10 Review the whole school tracking and monitoring in relation to life without levels and the needs of Willoughby pupils  
 1.11 Further the Willoughby vision throughout all aspects of the school  

Teaching, Learning and Assessment

 2.1 Increase the amount of outstanding teaching to at least 60%.   
 2.2 Introduce class QA files  
 2.3 Deputy Headteacher joint planning meetings demonstrate impact  
 2.4 Develop ICT provision across the school  
 2.5 TAs become increasingly highly effective practitioners  
 2.6 Further develop the curriculum and assessment to be holistic and encompass wider areas and long term outcomes  
 2.7 Further accreditation across the school to be relevant and pupil centred  
 2.8 Improve the feedback to parents/carers  
 2.9 Increase the achievement of individual pupils’ targets in writing from 84% to at least 90%.  
 2.10 Increase the achievement in Physical Development in EY (from 81% of termly assessments at Expected level or above to 90%).   
 2.11 Middle leaders use pupil achievement and quality of teaching data to improve outcomes in their areas  
 2.12 Evidence of each pupil’s learning clearly demonstrates progress over the short, medium and long term  

Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

 3.1 Ensure behaviour is maintained as outstanding  
 3.2 Raise the profile of rewards  
 3.3 Implement the use of specific IT tracking system  
 3.4 Review the anti-bullying policy  
 3.5 Increase parental engagement to maintain positive attitudes to learning  
 3.6 Ensure relevant CPD for Physical Intervention  
 3.7 Implement and enforce an updated attendance policy  
 3.8 Maintain a Safeguarding culture  
 3.9 Appoint a staff member to coordinate all work and visits of OT, Physios and SALT  

Outcomes for Pupils

 4.1 Students are having regular opportunities to use their literacy skills across all subjects  
 4.2 Students are having regular opportunities to use their numeracy skills across all subjects  
 4.3 Information on pupils’ prior learning is used to inform planning so that pupil progress and outcomes are outstanding  
 4.4 Monitoring the consistency of the levelling of student performance  
 4.5 To ensure students eligible for Pupil Premium and catch up funding achieve as well as or above expected  
 4.6 Further accreditation across the school to be relevant and pupil centred  
 4.7 Develop ICT provision across the school  
 4.8 Intervention strategies are coordinated, targeted and demonstrate impact  
 4.9 The EHC process supportspupils so they are extremely well equipped for the next stage of their education and future life