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School Improvement Plan 2017/2018

Throughout the year Woodlane pupils, parents, governors and staff reflect on the school’s achievements and equally any areas for improvement; striving to be the best school we can be.  Due to the hard work of all stakeholders, we have seen many improvements and further areas of strength emerge.  As a result we now judge ourselves as 'outstanding', however, we aim to be even better!  Our full self-evaluation and school improvement plan can be found by clicking here. 

This year’s school improvement priorities are as follows:

  • Explore and select alternative subject specific qualifications to ensure qualifications are accessible and pupils' accredited outcomes reflect their progress.
  • Raise achievement in Science, DT and Computing to ensure all pupils make substantial and sustained progress from their individual starting points in all subjects.
  • Ensure at least 97% of pupils meet and 50% exceed expected progress in Science, DT and Computing.
  • Raise accredited outcomes for pupils receiving Pupil Premium ensuring outcomes reflect the substantial and sustained progress made by other pupils. 
  • Further improve the behaviour and attendance of identified key groups, 'Girls', 'Black Caribbean', 'White British' and 'Pupil Premium'.