School Development Plan
The school development plan (SDP) is the school's strategic plan for improvement. It sets out the actions the school will take to improve learner outcomes.
Here is an outline of the SDP for St Luke's School for 2018:
- Children (majority) to make at least expected progress with many making accelerated progress thus closing gaps.
- All groups of children to make Good or better progress (Inc. JPP) to enable gaps to close.
- Children’s attainment in reading, writing and maths in Key Stage 1 and Key stage 2 to be in line with Jersey averages.
- Children’s outcomes to be maximised upon through the development of subject leaders capacity through the school.
Behaviour, personal development and welfare
- Children say that all forms of bullying are being dealt with effectively resulting in an overall reduction of instances of bullying behaviour.
- Jersey Pupil Premium (JPP) pupil’s learning and outcomes are impacted upon due to JPP being fully embedded in all aspects of the school
Impact of teaching
- Children receive incisive feedback and use this feedback effectively; with teachers building upon the school’s teaching and learning policy.
- Children feel safe because Safeguarding, Data Protection and Health & Safety procedures are effective and St Luke’s is fully compliant with States of Jersey and Department of Education policy/guidelines.
- Children are able to confidently talk about the school Core Values which reflect the schools high expectations and are promoted in all aspects of school life.
- Children know that their voice is highly valued with staff trained to encourage open discussion with pupils.
- Children’s experience and outcomes in all lessons are raised because leaders have an accurate and comprehensive understanding of the quality and effectiveness of teaching in their subject throughout the school.