Glebelands Primary School

Stimulating Young Minds


School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Priorities 2019-20



  • Quality of Education
  • Increase % of greater depth writers across all phases including disadvantaged
  • Increase % of children reaching GLD with a focus on reading and writing
  • To improve early spelling in FS and year 1 with a focus on HFW and Early Words development
  • Achieve the national % of GD and EXP writers at the end of year 6, year 2 and Foundation Stage


  • Increase the percentage of pupils achieving a secure Greater Depth in maths Key Stage 1 and KS2
  • Increase the Average point score at the end of year 6  for greater depth 
  • Develop oracy of pupils in maths to allow improved reasoning


  • Review Curriculum - new Ofsted Framework 3I’s - Mapping the curriculum to ensure coverage and non-repetition
  • Introduce new scheme of work for PSHE and RSE curriculum
  • Improve our provision for our SEND children to provide specific support
  • Invest in additional Ed Psych hours to support our SEND provision



  • Personal Development
  • Provide pupils with meaningful opportunities to understand how to be responsible, respectful, active citizens who contribute positively to society
  • Provide identified children (including PPG) with a positive start to the day
  • Develop our whole school strategy to support children mental health and wellbeing
  • Explore the practicalities of introducing a breakfast club
  • Apply for funding from local authority to create a daily mile track
  • Implement  yoga and mindfulness  groups for pupils with high levels of anxiety
  • Explore possibility of introducing Life Skills afternoons



  • Behaviour and Attitudes
  • All pupils’ attitudes to their education are positive
  • Revalidate Anti-Bullying Award


  • Quality of Education in Early Years
  • Increase % of children reaching GLD with a focus on reading and writing
  • Improve staff skills in EYFS  to develop children’s,  Listening and Attention / Understanding 



  • (Wider School Improvements)
  • Manage the expansion of the school with minimal disruption to teaching and learning.
  • Plan for 30 hour nursery places to start in September 2020
  • Make foundation stage and school accessible for children with additional (physical) needs



School Awards