Accountability

All staff without exception are accountable for their impact on pupil outcomes. The Trust has a robust approach to gathering performance information about how pupils are achieving and making progress. Evidence is triangulated through a systematic approach to pupil progress meetings, lesson observations, learning walks, book scrutinies, pupil interviews, and parent teacher meetings. This will feed into a rigorous but fair performance management cycle for all staff.

The difference between a good school and an outstanding school is close attention to detail in terms of systems and procedures, a clear understanding from all staff of our non-negotiable approaches to teaching, learning, assessment, and accountability and an uncompromising attitude to standards in the classroom. Our number one priority is quality first teaching. The resource and provision must be forensically matched to the needs of the pupils and this comes from reviewing how the child is performing in class and whether any interventions are having impact. 

The people within our organisations who support our pupils are our greatest asset. We want everyone to succeed and will invest in you so that you can be the best possible practitioner.

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