Chorley All Saints Church Of England Primary School And Nursery Unit

Love to Learn, Together with the Lord

School Improvement Plan

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2021-22 

 

 As a parent or carer we believe you should be aware of all the developments that are happening in school to improve the quality of education your child receives. We are working hard to provide your child with the best possible education and school experience.

Below is a summary of our School Improvement Plan (a document produced by the school to identify ways in which the school will move forward).

 

Key Priority 1

To ensure that the recovery curriculum is planned and implemented so that catch-up can be facilitated for all the children at All Saints’ Primary school through quality first teaching, targeted academic support  and a variety wider strategies eg. Supporting pupils’ social, emotional and behavioural needs. 

Key Priority 2

To introduce the newly designed school curriculum to ensure the education provided by the school is at least good and a clear impact on standards is evident in all subject areas across school.  

Key Priority 3

To redesign and plan the EYFS curriculum and assessment in line with new statutory guidance

Key Priority 4

Church Distinctiveness 

To provide all pupils with opportunities to learn about the universal Christian church in order to deepen their understanding of Christianity as a multi-cultural, world-wide faith.

To further improve the quality of provision in RE to ensure academic rigour, so that all children, in particular more able pupils, reach their full potential and have deeper knowledge and understanding of Christianity and other world faiths.

Parents and Carers Feedback 2020

 

We aim to work in partnership with parents and the community to help further improve the school. Below is a summary of the results from our most recent annual parent questionnaire

  

 

 

Rating            

 

Strongly Agree

 

Agree

 

Disagree

 

Strongly Disagree

 

Don’t Know

1

My child enjoys coming to All Saints’ school            

70%

28%

2%

0%

0%

2

My child is proud of their achievements and of their school

63%

37%

0%

   0%

0%

3

My child is kept safe at All Saints’ school

74%

26%

0%

0%

1%

4

Information provided by the school helps to promote safety online

61%

38%

     0%

0%

1%

5

My child is well educated at school about how to keep themselves healthy

52%

43%

1%

0%

4%

6

My child is provided with the skills to enable them to be thoughtful/ active citizens in wider society

56%

41%

0%

0%

3%

7

My child makes good progress at All Saints’

66%

34%

0%

0%

1%

8

My child is challenged at school and is encouraged to do their best

67%

30%

0%

0%

3%

9

My child is well taught in All Saints’

70%

28%

0%

0%

2%

10

The school sets an appropriate amount of homework

48%

48%

8%

0%

1%

11

The behaviour of the children is good at All Saints’

45%

48%

0%

0%

3%

12

This school deals with incidents of bullying effectively  

44%

38%

1%

     0%

14%

13

The school communicates with me effectively about:

 

 

a) My child’s progress

 

54%

 

41%

2%

0%

0%

 

b) How to support my child's learning

45%

 

47%

4%

0%

1%

 

 c) School events and activities

52%

 

43%

2%

0%

1%

14

This school is well led and managed

 

66%

30%

1%

0%

0%

15

School responds well to any concerns I raise

58%

33%

3%

0%

3%

16

The school provides an interesting range of clubs and trips

56%

38%

3%

1%

1%

 17

Would you recommend this school to another family

  

Yes

 

No

 

 

89%

1%

 

 Strengths of the school

  • The staff are always helpful and accommodating
  • Good advice on children’s learning
  • School is very welcoming
  • Extra support for children
  • Good support and communication
  • Good after school clubs

 

Suggestions for improvement

  • More parents evenings/ drop ins
  • More course for parents so they help with children’s learning
  • More parent/child workshops

 

We also make sure we listen carefully to the children and use our School Council to gather information and suggestions for improvement from the children’s perspective. Below is a summary of the most recent children’s questionnaire. Along with our own internal monitoring and development areas identified by staff and governors, we use this feedback to inform our school improvement each year.

The results are pleasing and reflect the hard work we put in to the school and your children’s education at All Saints’. There is always something that can be improved and we use your feedback to help us plan our school improvement for subsequent years. 

 

 Latest children’s questionnaire feedback coming soon.