School Improvement

School Improvement Priorities

2014's goals priorities were:

A dd to our skill-set by engaging with other schools and settings
B elieve the investment in staff training and support children's development
C reatively look to adapt our homework policy
D iligently support all children to make excellent progress
E ngage with parents to enhance our: playground, early year's outdoor area and communication

2015 priorities were:

Fantastic phonics across our school
Great oppertunities for staff developtment that impact on our children
High quality ICT provision so that children develop an undersanding of new technology
Inspiring learning though our new curriculum
Joy in our environment by enhancing our Early Years provision

2016 Priorities are:

About Pupil

Phenomenal Phonics: supporting great reading

Personal Progress: focused on individual children. But particularly in Mathematics, for those entitled to Pupil Premium and continuing the success of those with SEN

Leading to…

Crisp Communication: focused on next steps in learning for children

Internal for the school

Cracking Computing: making MHPS a centre of excellence for Computing and Information Communication Technology

Remarkable Recruitment: retaining but where necessary, forward planning and succession planning

Thriving Togetherness: working with Nursery, Primaries and local Secondary Schools to support each other

Increased Income: generating more revenue to enhance our resources

Leading to…

Fantastic Facilities: enhancing the internal fabric of the school and the external play space for children