Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) – A summary for Parents
The school will evaluate itself regularly against OFSTED criteria. The criteria are separated into four categories: Achievement – which is both attainment and progress; Behaviour; Teaching and Leadership and Management. The school will then give each category a grade (1 – outstanding; 2 – good; 3 – requires improvement and 4 – serious weaknesses). This form provides inspectors with an overview of where the school assesses itself to be. Judgements are based on numerous evidence trails, data and judgements by outside agencies.
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School Improvement Plan (SIP) – A summary for Parents
Each year key stakeholders at the school write an improvement plan. The plan focuses on any areas of the curriculum, learning environment, teaching and general running of the school that can be developed and improved. The plan also includes any targets set by OFSTED. The current plan runs for three years and we are currently in the second year.
During the three year period the overarching aim is for North Lancing to becoming an outstanding school and for pupils’ attainment to match our high expectations. The plan is arranged into six priority sections. Each section has an umbrella aim and then specific tasks that will help to achieve the aim. All tasks are time scaled and the impact measurable. Below is a summary of the improvement plan for 2017-18. If you would like to see the plan in its entirety please contact the school office for a copy.
Click here for a School Improvement Plan – Summary for Parents 2017