Glebelands Primary School

Stimulating Young Minds


School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Priorities 2020-21



Quality of Education

  • % of pupils attaining the ARE in Key Stage 1 and 2 is stable or better compared with Academic Year 19/20
  • Maintain the % of children making the expected rate of progress (or higher) in Writing.
  • Maintain the % of children making the expected rate of progress (or higher) in reading.
  • GLD is at a level which is broadly in line with the national figure. 
  • SEND pupils maintain progress and achieve broadly in line with SEND pupils nationally.
  • Most SEND/SEMH pupils are settled into school routines by the end of Autumn Term 1.
  • Continue to map Curriculum - Ofsted Framework 3I’s
  • Mapping the curriculum to ensure coverage, progression and explicit endpoints.
  • Provision is in place for blended learning in case of further lockdown .
  • Use catch-up premium to support pupils who are significantly behind in their learning.


Personal Development

  •  Deliver whole school recovery curriculum
  • Vulnerable pupils are catered for
  • Promote long term fitness and wellbeing for children and staff
  • Revalidate Eco and Artsmark awards 



Behaviour and Attitudes

  • Behaviour is good.
  • Revalidate Positive and Peaceful Places (Anti-Bullying Award)
  • Maintain a level of attendance which is above the national figure


Leadership & Management

  • Ensure staff wellbeing and mental health is prioritise
  • Ensure new staff are inducted and following school policy
  • Risk assessment is completed and agreed by staff, unions and governors (Covid-19)
  • Governors to attend training opportunities and fulfill monitoring role
  • Nursery provision is good



School Awards