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 A very warm welcome to Sandlings   Primary School, my name is Patricia   Toal and I have been fortunate to   have been the headteacher here   since 2011.

 We are very proud of our school and  our welcoming and nurturing   atmosphere in which the children   feel safe, secure, valued and happy.

 

Currently we have 90 pupils on roll, aged 3-11 years who are organised into 4 classes, and a dedicated team of staff and governors who have high expectations of all our pupils in terms of their work and behaviour.

We are aspirational for all our pupils who receive a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum, which aims to give them a love of learning and prepare them with the skills for the next stage of their education, in a world that is forever changing.

Our open door policy means that parents are always welcomed into school and myself and every teacher is readily available for a quick chat before, or after school.

I hope that our website gives you a flavour of our school ethos and our passion for teaching and learning.

If you would like to look around our school please come and see us- you would be very welcome. Please contact the school office for an appointment.

I look forward to meeting you.

Kind Regards

Patricia Toal

Headteacher

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Sandlings

Primary School

 Unique and Nurturing

        Where Everyone Belongs and Thrives

 

     “The personal development and welfare of pupils is outstanding! OFSTED 2017

 Our five year strategic plan for school development

Our  Key Priorities  For School  Improvement  2019 -2020 :-

  1. Ensure that teaching in all subjects is well-planned and sequenced so that pupils gain the skills, knowledge and cultural capital they need, within rich curriculum experiences, by:
    1. maintaining subject leadership across staff changes, including maths subject leadership
    2. providing staff CPD to promote subject knowledge and develop pedagogical approaches
    3. exploring options to develop extra-curricular activities
    4. improving the learning environment
  2. Maintain strong attainment and progress in maths and English by:
    1. addressing identified pockets of lower attainment from 2019 and any underachievement identified during regular pupil progress meetings
    2. ensuring there is a new focus on EAL pupils, as a larger group this year
    3. ensuring challenge for more able pupils and increasing GDS/ high attainment at KS2, in particular
  3. Improve pupil and staff well-being by:
    1. Continuing to develop provision for service pupil premium pupils, towards exemplary practice
    2. developing a sense of belonging, particularly for pupils from service families
    3. planning to deliver the new SRE curriculum from September 2020
    4. developing pupils’ understanding of being healthy and keeping safe
    5. building high expectations of what can be achieved now and aspirations for future achievement
    6. ensuring SMSC and British values are promoted effectively, understood and applied
    7. maintaining a strong safeguarding culture and safeguarding systems
    8. continued monitoring of staff workload and response to staff feedback on well-being
  4. Develop pupil voice, enhance communications with parents and improve partnership links by:
    1. Developing pupil voice, including the role of lead HLTA
    2. Using parent surveys and focus groups to seek their views on actions that have been taken and proposed next steps
    3. Parents are given the information they need: as their children start school, about their education and about their achievements
    4. Working with a range of stakeholders in relation to the school vision

 

 

 

 

 

 

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