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We endeavour for a beautiful site for all our children to be proud of and want to be a part off. We have made clear plans to identify areas of development around the school site. Please click the attachment below to see the action plans and photos.

Outside Environment School Improvement Project Action Plan 2016-17

 

Key Priorities 2015 -2016:

  • - Identify areas of improvement in terms of the school site.
  • - Acquire equipment and resources for project to be successful.
  • - Lead a gardening club/opportunities for children to have a stake in the school improvement.

 

Aspect for improvement:

What needs to improve?

What tasks need to be carried out to secure improvement?

Who will carry out the tasks & when?

What indicators will be used to identify improvement?

Evaluation of provision after completion of tasks.

What is the impact on pupil outcomes?

 
 

1)    Identification of areas of improvement around the school site.

a)    Identify areas of improvement, taking photographic evidence of current state.

SS

Has the evidence been agreed by all stakeholders?

Have all areas been identified? Have all stakeholders been consulted?

 

 

b)   Proposed changes to be agreed by staff.

 

 

All staff

Agreement from staff on proposed changes.

Were there any unexpected outcomes?

 

2)   Acquisition of equipment and funding for resources.

a)    Create approximate budgets for the project.

SS

An agreed budget.

Is the project feasible?

 

 

b)   Gather fund-raising ideas from staff and children.

SS/Staff

A plan for fund-raising with agreed timescales and plans of action.

Are the fund-raising ideas achievable? Are there any obstacles?

 

 

c)    Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of materials.

SS/Staff

A collection of resources, which are to be used for the gardening club.

Where are the resources being kept? Are all the resources accounted for in audit?

 

 

3)   Running of a gardening club/class opportunities

a)    Agreed timetable of when and who is leading the clubs.

SS/Staff

An agreed timetable for the gardening activities.

Is the timetable fitting in with other activities? Is the time frame achievable?

 

 

b)   Planning of clubs, what will their content be and who is going to be involved?

SS

Agreed timetable, with resources and planning agreed.

Are the plans agreed with staff? What will be the impact on the children’s learning? Who will be the most appropriate groups to work with?

 

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Playground School Improvement Project Action Plan 2016-17

 

Key Priorities 2016 -2017:

  • - Identify areas of improvement in terms of the school site.
  • - Acquire equipment and resources for project to be successful.
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Aspect for improvement:

What needs to improve?

What tasks need to be carried out to secure improvement?

Who will carry out the tasks & when?

What indicators will be used to identify improvement?

Evaluation of provision after completion of tasks.

What is the impact on pupil outcomes?

 
 

Creation of zones

Area plan to be created with proposal names and sections

CF

AC

Plan to be taken to SLT to authorise.

Are Pre-determined activities appropriate to excite and promote learning?

 

Painted lines on floors

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of materials.

Painted lines on the playground.

 

Mr Makin

CF

AC

Clear lines to create zones.

Are lines and zones clearly identified for children to use?

 

Planned activities to be created for break and lunch times.

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of equipment.

CF

DM

AC

An agreed budget.

Are the activities fun and manageable?  

 

Resourcing of equipment for each area.

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of equipment.

Organisation of equipment.

 

CF

DM

AC

A plan for fund-raising with agreed timescales and plans of action.

Are the fund-raising ideas achievable? Are there any obstacles?

 

Ordering of Sainsbury’s equipment to supplement play time activities

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of equipment.

Organisation of equipment.

 

CF

AC

High quality resources organised.

Are the resources ordered appropriate for the children?

 

Liaison with WRPITT student to take active lead of the outside environment.

Discussion with WRPITT student of clear goals and action plan.

CF

AC

Clear detailed meetings between student and ITT leader.

Are the action plans detailed and appropriate to make impact?

 

Re-painting of target boards.

Discussion with caretaker.

Painting of boards.

Mr Makin

Children using target boards for social engagement?

Are there appropriate resources to allow appropriate social interaction?

 

Advertise + employ a play leader to run activities.

To set up and organise activities with children.

LK

CF

Pupil interviews

Behavioural Records

Have incidents of poor behaviour reduced?

 

 

 

 

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General Environment School Improvement Project Action Plan 2016-17

 

Key Priorities 2016 -2017:

  • - Identify areas of improvement in terms of the school site.
  • - Higher quality environment for the children at Pinders Primary School
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Aspect for improvement:

What needs to improve?

What tasks need to be carried out to secure improvement?

Who will carry out the tasks & when?

What indicators will be used to identify improvement?

Evaluation of provision after completion of tasks.

What is the impact on pupil outcomes?

 
 

Identification of areas of roof tiles to be replaced.

 

Rolling programme to be created to ensure high quality new tiles throughout the school.

 

Caretaker to order and replace the tiles.

Mr Makin

High quality tiles will be seen.

Do the tiles look in a neat presentable condition?

 

Improvements of children’s cloak rooms.

 

Wall Colours and pegs to be painted.

 

Surveying of the cloakrooms and the tasks needed to be completed.

 

Ordering of the appropriate paint.

 

Mr Makin

Warm and inviting cloakrooms will be utilised by the children.

Do staff and children appreciate their cloakroom?

 

Painting of appropriate walls

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of materials.

 

Selection of walls for Mr Makin to paint throughout the weeks and summer holidays.

Mr Makin

Quality painted walls.

Do the walls reflect a warm and inviting school?

 

Display boards in classroom rooms and corridors

Purchasing and invoicing for resources. Collecting of materials.

 

Mr Makin to install appropriate display boards.

Mr Makin

Boards neatly presented and secured on the walls.

Are the boards being used to reflect the display policy?

 

Security lights for outside

Purchasing and invoicing for resources.

Installation of lights.

Mr Makin

Lights decreasing unwanted visitors at night time.

Does the lights increase the visibility of people’s faces on the CCTV cameras?

 

Children’s art work/pictures to be displayed around school.

Purchasing and invoicing for resources.

 

Organisation of activities to ensure children’s art work to be displayed around the school.

 

A.Peaker to arrange sessions

Mr Makin

Teachers

Children completing high quality pieces of art work to be displayed around school.

Has high quality learning been display around school?
Does it reflect quality and reflect the ethos of the school?

 

Painting of railings outside.

Purchasing and invoicing for resources.

 

Rails being painted by Mr Makin.

Mr Makin

Railings match front of school.

Are bars in a workable and presentable condition?

 

Organisation of containers

Organisation of materials that reflect quality resources.

Disposal of resources that are not high quality.

Mr Makin

Senior Leadership Team

High quality resources being stored.

Accessible use and audit of the resources.

Are staff aware of appropriate resources and being stored in a presentable manner?

 

Movement of library units to encompass more space.

Movement of units to allow more usable space for children to use.

Mr Fraser

Staff using the space more effectively within the curriculum.

Is the library reflecting high quality standards for all children to access?

 

Warmer colours in the library

Appropriate colours to be chosen.

 

Key walls to be painted to reflect a warmer environment.

Mr Makin

Mr Fraser

Mrs Kemplay

Painted walls to create a warmer inviting space.

Do children and staff think the library reflects a warm and inviting space?

 

Improvement of Lower and Upper’s toilets

Quotes for toilet improvements from multi agency.

Appropriate budget management.

Meetings with chosen companies.

Mrs Kemplay

Mr Makin

Comparative quotes

Design mock ups of toilets.

Are the plans reflecting a high quality toilet system which also reflects value for money?

 

Enquiry of new board’s to reduce cabling and metal structures within each classrooms.

Enquiry of new board systems.

Appropriate comparable quotes.

Meetings with companies about reducing of cables.

Mr Fraser

Mrs Kemplay

Mr Makin

Comparative quotes

Meetings

Does the quotes reflect value for money and purposeful justification?

 

New chairs to reflect the high standards that we want the children to present.

(2 year cycle)

Ordering of appropriate chairs.

Budget management

 

Mr Fraser

Mrs Kemplay

Coloured chairs contribute to a high quality, warm and inviting classroom.

 

Provide children with postural support.

Does the classroom look vibrant and exciting?

 

 

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