Our Development Plan
Hatfeild is a larger than average primary school.
The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs supported at school action, school action plus or with a statement of special educational needs is slightly below average.
The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for the pupil premium (additional government funding for pupils entitled to free school meals) is below the national average though with some variation between year groups.
Most pupils are of White British heritage. A minority are from a range of minority ethnic groups.
The proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is broadly average.
The school has a breakfast club which is managed by the school and an after-school club which is not managed by the school.
In recent years there has been some structural changes to the leadership and management of the school.
Our Development Priorities 2020-2021
Our development priorities for 2020-2021 are broadly reflected following the ongoing Co-Vid 19 pandemic.
Priority 1: Literacy
- To increase the percentage of children that are making expected or better progress in their writing
- To effectively embed our Hatfeild approach to ‘Talk for Writing’ across the whole school
- To implement the improvements made to guided reading across the school to support pupil progress.
Priority 2: Maths
- To identify gaps from missed learning and develop a catch-up curriculum that is robust and realistic. (Excluding EYFS)
- To increase the percentage of children that are making expected or better progress in their maths
- To develop the role of the maths team to leading the school towards a mastery approach.
Priority 3: Remote Learning
- To develop a clear remote learning curriculum and plan to be used in the event of a local lockdown or a bubble closure which does not impact the progress of children.
- To develop ICT skills with staff and pupils to support and access remote learning.
Priority 4: Extended Curriculum.
- To ensure that the curriculum at Hatfeild offers and broad and balanced experience for all children.
- To ensure that the intent, implementation and impact is evident for all subjects
- To ensure that appropriate training for staff is in place to deliver the curriculum.