Student reading ages will improve at a faster rate than their chronological age
All students regularly write at length in all subjects.
Quality of written work improves over time in all subjects
A range of subject specific literacy strategies are embedded
Analysis of higher mark questions show improvement in the scores achieved by students term by term
External verification judges curriculum to be Good or better
No Year 10 students request a change of options
Increased retention of Year 11 onto Year 12 courses
Increased retention of Year 12 into Year 13
Reduction in NEETS
3. TEACHING AND LEARNING
Self-evaluation and external evaluation judges that the quality of teaching and learning to be good with many elements of outstanding features.
Lesson observations and work scrutiny shows that marking, feedback and student response (DIRT) is effective – students understand and are clear about what to do next.
Stretch and challenge strategies are seen during all lesson observations.
Home- Learning reports show staff consistently set homework and students complete homework.
S&C displays are used as a learning resource in lessons.
Curriculum meetings show evidence of assessment planning, moderation and use of assessment data to plan intervention and improve the curriculum
Teacher predictions are accurate to within 5% for Years 11, 12 and 13.
Grade criteria for grades 1 (G), 4 (C), 5 (C+), 7 (A) AND 9 (A**) are developed and understood by all teachers and students for the new GCSE 9-1 grading system
All students are able to articulate and map their progression in each subject against the 9-1 grading system at GCSE (Year 9 onwards).
All parents have access to information (via PIEs, parents evenings, ARD/ARW, website) which shows success criteria (PLCs) for all subjects along with advice on how to support their children’s progression.
5. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE
Lesson observations and student voice indicate there are frequent and regular referrals to the school values and mission statement in explaining rewards and sanctions
Self-evaluation and external reviews judge Behaviour & Safety to be Outstanding
Reduction in the number of students with red/amber effort reports on trackers
Reduction in the number of on-call incidents
KS4 and KS5 attendance 96%
Punctuality target is an average 1 late per half term
Increase in achievement points compared to 2016-17
Reduction in external exclusions compared to 2016-17
Reduction in FTE compared to 2016-17
Reduction in PEX compared to 2016-17
Improvement in attitude grades on student trackers
Increase in the range and quality of student rewards
No particular group will be over-represented in permanent, fixed term exclusion or on-call incidents
6. INCLUSION & INTERVENTION
All students referred to IIG by staff or identified by SEN, EAL or the Pastoral Team will receive specific targeted intervention which impacts on student progress and/or well-being