PSED Objective

2013/2014

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2013/2014)

To achieve full dyslexia status.

Achieved.

2014/2015

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2014/2015)

To ensure that pupils with disabilities make at least expected progress.

KS2 July 2015 – All pupils making expected progress: maths 96%, reading 96%, writing 100%. 100% of pupils with disabilities made expected progress in maths and writing with 75% making expected progress in reading

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 2 (2014/2015)

To further develop communication with parents of pupils with disabilties through questionnaires.

July 2015 – 100% of parents said that communication is good. 99% agreed/strongly agreed that the school is led and managed well with communication e.g. website, newsletters, texting service. 99% said that school seeks views of parents and takes account of their suggestions.

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 3 (2014/2015)

Monitor and evaluate the engagement with the curriculum of pupils with disabilities through questionnaires.

July 2015 – ongoing

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 4 (2014/2015)

Assess and review the impact of difference and diversity materials.

July 2015 – All KS2 participated. Faith week visits to synagogue and temple. Pupil feed back indicates improved levels of understanding of other cultures.

 

2015/2016

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2015/2016)

To ensure that pupils with disabilities make at least expected progress in the new curiculum and assessment expectations.

KS2 July 2016 – All pupils achieving expected attainment:Maths 84%, SPAG 87%, Writing 91%, Reading 81%. Pupils with disabilities achieving expected attainment: Maths 67%, SPAG 33%, Writing 67%, Reading 33%

 
EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 2 (2015/2016)

To continue to monitor and evaluate the engagement with the curriculum of pupils with disabilities through questionnaires.

July 2015 – 100% of parents said that communication is good. 99% agreed/strongly agreed that the school is led and managed well with communication e.g. website, newsletters, texting service. 99% said that school seeks views of parents and takes account of their suggestions.

 
EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 3 (2015/2016)

For pupils to develop an understanding of British Values.

July 2016 – All pupils fully participated in faith week. Monitoring of equality and diversity materials evidenced all pupils have an increased awareness of British Values. Year 6 end of year assembly shared British Values and characters pupils had developed.

2016/2017

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2016/2017)

In conjunction with new assessment processes develop in school tracking to evidence progress for children with disabilities.

July 2017 – School tracking in place. Reported to Governors through the Standards, Curriclum and Ethos committee termly.

 

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 2 (2016/2017)

Monitor and evaluate whole school communication regarding opportunities for disabled pupils and families.

July 2017 – No requests for communication in an alternative format have been made.

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 3 (2016/2017)

To embed an understanding of British Values and develop vocabulary of character e.g. resilience, grit etc.

July 2017 – Implemented across all KS2 classes. Difference and Diversity implemented across KS1 classes. Positive comment received in Section 48 inspection report, June 2017.

2017/2018

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2017/2018)

Review process to ensure SEND pupils make at least expected progress from their start points.

July 2018 – 100% of SEND pupils achieved expected progress in reading, with 37% achieving more than expected progress.

                     89% of SEND pupils achieved expected progress in maths, with 30%

achieving more than expected progress.

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 2 (2017/2018)

School to be proactive in advising parents of SEND pupils that communication may be requested in alternative format if required.

Newsletters to be published on the school website in a dyslexia friendly way, with cream background, Comic Sans font 14 and spacing of 1.5

July 2018 – All newsletters within the academic year have been published on the school website in a dyslexia friendly way.

 

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 3 (2017/2018)

Further imbed an understanding of British Values through the use of Catholic virtues and values through assemblies, circle time, RE and PHSE.

July 2018 – achieved. “The curriculum includes opportunities for pupils to develop their awareness of customs and cultures of other countries. These are taught through focused weeks and visits to places of worship. Pupils benefit from visiting speakers who talk about a wide range of faiths and cultures, which are closely linked to fundamental British values. The school council is also leading a project on ‘what does it mean to be a refugee?’ to develop empathy for others and understand the reasons why people become refugees. As a result, you prepare pupils well for life in modern Britain.” Ofsted 2018

2018/2019

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 1 (2018/2019)

To ensure that SEND pupils have equal access to reading materials in the new school library.

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 2 (2018/2019)

Continue to develop the school website to ensure access for all

EQUALITY OBJECTIVE 3 (2018/2019)

To develop opportunities for children to explore their mental wellbeing through the use of after school clubs.