School Improvement Plan

Key Strategic Priorities

Our aim at Kilmorie is to develop successful, outward facing citizens through:

  1. Enabling children to reach their academic potential
  2. Enabling children to be effective communicators and critical thinkers
  3. Developing children’s social conscience through an awareness of local and global issues
  4. Supporting the mental and physical wellbeing of all pupils
Key priorities in school improvement in 2020/2021Links to strategic aims
Priority A – Leadership Management
Embed new leadership structure
• Curriculum leadership (link to Priority D)
• Phase leaders
• SLT
• Review of governing body to be carried out by Lewisham and as part of our green school offer
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Priority B – Quality of Education
Ensure the efficiency, accessibility and effectiveness of blended learning
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Priority C – Quality of Education
To meet the learning needs of the children post-COVID and ensure they are able to ‘catch up’ with time lost in school
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Priority D – Quality of Education
Embed the new curriculum – ensuring the quality of teaching and learning in all National Curriculum subjects
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Priority E – Personal Development
Ensure the curriculum gives opportunities to explore and develop a social conscience about global and local issues (BLM, diversity, COVID-19, climate emergency, etc.)
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Priority F - Behaviour and attitudes
To meet the emotional needs of the children post-COVID and ensure they have a positive attitude to life and learning
• Assess the wellbeing of the children
• Children have the tools they need to articulate their emotions and feelings
• Embedding systems that support wellbeing (physical and mental)
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Priority G – EYFS
To further develop transition in Early Phase (link to priority C re: COVID catch up)
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Priority H – EYFS
To improve outdoor learning provision across early phase (link to priority C re: COVID catch up)
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