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Current Strategic Priorities

Key Priorities 2021 2022


Priority 1: The Quality of Education:   Priority 1a: Continue to develop the quality of teaching taking into account pupil voice,  especially for pace, challenge,  high quality feedback consistently to support deeper learning and access across all subjects.

Priority 1b: Build on the work in developing the curriculum to ensure that a strong well-sequenced curriculum in all subjects across the school is being confidently implemented and that it is representative of diversity in Britain today.

Outcome 1a:  Pupils’ learning is in sufficient depth for them to explain key concepts and demonstrate higher order thinking skills such as critical evaluation, reasoning etc.

Outcome 1b: Outcomes for foundation subjects for all  reflect the core and are consistent across all areas in the Honeywell curriculum.


Priority 2: Behaviour and Attitudes: Continue to build on our learning environment in which pupils feel safe, and part of a place in which Equalities runs through the curriculum and there is explicit teaching of Mental Health and Wellbeing and SMSC

Outcome: All pupils feel safe.  Attendance rates are above 96% and exclusion rates remain at 0%.  Equalities is monitored, including prejudice related incidences which are infrequent and not repeated.  Bullying, discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual abuse and sexual violence – online or offline – are not accepted and dealt with quickly, consistently and effectively whenever they occur. 


Priority 3: Personal Development: Continue to adapt and enrich our inclusive curriculum to further develop the statutory RSE and Health Education Curriculums to ensure pupils have consistent access to experiences that securely promotes equality, respect and mental health and wellbeing.

Outcome: Pupils can explain accurately and confidently how to keep themselves healthy. They make informed choices about their emotional and mental well-being and show understanding and empathy for others.  The curriculum has been developed in consultation with school stakeholders taking into account the age, needs, abilities and feelings of the pupils.


 Priority 4: Leadership and Management: Priority 4a Leaders at all levels continue to develop their knowledge and focus on coherence and consistency across the school with leaders providing  teachers with focused and highly effective professional development.

Priority 4b: Ensure an effective voice and involvement of parents and pupils in the school in a way that enables them to participate in and make a difference in school, in the local community and beyond.

Outcome: 4a All pupils benefit from effective teaching and consistent expectations. Subject, pedagogical and pedagogical content knowledge consistently builds and develops over time and translates into improvements in teaching of the curriculum.

4b: A positive and thoughtful engagement with pupils, parents and the community supports pupils’ education.