School priorities

STUDENT OUTCOMES

  • All Year 7 students meet or exceed the target grade set at the start of the year in every subject
  • All Year 8 students meet or exceed the target grade set at the start of the year in every subject
  • All Year 9 students meet or exceed the target grade set at the start of the year in every subject (2 Levels of Progress from KS2)
  • All Year 10 students are on track to achieve at least 3 Levels of Progress at the end of GCSE
  • All Year 11 students achieve 3 Levels of Progress and at least 50% achieve 4 Levels of Progress in every subject
  • All Year 12 students are on track to achieve the target grade set at the start of the year in every subject (ALPS/ALIS/LAT)
  • All Year 13 students achieve or exceed their target grade in every subject (ALPS/ALIS/LAT)
  • More Able students in every Year achieve the Stretch Target set at the start of the year in every subject
  • No variability in the progress of students in different subjects
  • No variability in the progress of different groups of students (e.g. Disadvantaged students, Disabled students, Special Needs students)

TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

  • The quality of teaching is at least Good (meets the Alperton Standards) in every lesson
  • All lessons are effectively planned so that students of different abilities (especially More Able students) are set suitably challenging work
  • Every student receives high quality written guidance about what they need to do to improve and teachers check that they act on this advice
  • All lessons have regular learning checks so that students understand what they are being taught
  • All students write at length in all their subjects
  • Every teacher is a teacher of Literacy
  • Every exercise book shows an improvement in handwriting and presentation over the year

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE

  • All students attend at least 97% of school days (especially Sixth Form)
  • Every student has fewer late marks compared to the same time last year (especially Sixth Form)
  • Every student successfully completes their PiXL Edge challenge each half term
  • All students progress to further education, employment or training
  • Every minute of Form Time is used effectively to make sure students are prepared for learning
  • Students know how to keep themselves healthy and safe and participate in school and society as thoughtful, caring, active citizens.

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

  • All teaching staff and support staff have the highest expectations of achievement and behaviour for every student in every year group