School Improvement Framework

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT FRAMEWORK 2020-2023

ACHIEVE & ATTAIN 

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & WELL-BEING   COMMUNITY & CURRICULUM

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH 

…develop self-confident, independent and motivated learners who strive to reach aspirational goals

… celebrate achievement at all levels, recognising students as individuals

Students are guided towards independence and a deeper understanding of the world in which they live

 

…support our students in developing and maintaining positive relationships, promoting an understanding of their own and others’ well-being

… a safe and supportive learning environment, enabling students to reach their academic and personal potential

Our challenging and varied curriculum provides opportunities for individual learning both inside and outside the classroom, along with links to vocational experiences and the wider community

Further develop the use of research and collaborative working to enable us to provide an enhanced educational setting which meets the needs of children with autism
A1

Embed outstanding teaching, ensuring that all students maximise their learning potential

B1

Maintain outstanding pastoral support, ensuring that all students maximise their personal potential

C1

Further develop links with families and our wider community to foster joint partnerships for the benefit of our students  

D1

Further develop ways in which Corley Centre can provide an autism outreach service to support the needs of children and young people across Coventry and the surrounding areas

A2

Ensure that the vast majority of students make or exceed expected progress

B2

Embed purposeful cross-curricular links throughout the curriculum, which enhance students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and provide opportunities for reactivating and embedding prior learning

C2

Develop the school as a learning resource for families and professionals

D2

Enhance Performance Management arrangements to ensure that all staff have access to the most effective support, training and development

A3

Continue to improve standards in Literacy, Numeracy and the Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills to impact on student outcomes

B3

Investigate opportunities for extending the school’s provision to meet the needs of a wider range of students

C3

Maximise the potential of our premises as a safe, stimulating learning environment

D3

Further develop coaching as a means of sharing best teaching and learning practice

A4

Ensure quality Post 16 provision where all students maximise their learning potential and progress to meaningful destinations

B4

Ensure outstanding SEND provision for all students

C4

Further develop existing links with other schools to deepen external collaborative cultures

D4

Maintain robust whole school self-evaluation systems

A5

Embed Student Support as an additional, supportive provision for identified students who are unable, in the short term, to access the core curriculum

B5

Ensure that all students and staff have access to opportunities to develop their leadership abilities and aspirations

C5

Enhance the capacity of each subject to meet the academic and personal needs and aspirations of all students

D5

Further improve provision and outcomes through engagement in evidence-based research opportunities with universities

A6

Ensure that funding, including additional funding for disadvantaged students and Covid Catch-Up Premium, is allocated with maximum impact

B6

Ensure that Safeguarding and the emotional health and welfare of students and staff remain central to the school’s values

C6

Ensure that students’ needs are understood and addressed at all stages of transition

D6

Ensure high quality autism education across all areas of the school