We are very pleased and proud to announce that we have been credited with the Early Years & Primary Quality Mark. This recognises the high quality provision that we provide and our commitment to continually improve standards at Inmans Primary School. This award is actively promoted by the Improvement and Learning Service. This quality assurance programme gives nationally recognised accreditation against ten key elements of school improvement. It is a highly effective way of ensuring effective self-evaluation and improvement planning processes are in place and having the required impact across your school.  

To achieve the EYFS Award we had to demonstrate that the criteria for all 10 elements were met and provide evidence that participation in the award has had a positive impact on the provision and practice. 

1. A whole setting strategy to improve children’s abilities and achievements

2. An analysis of the assessment of young children’s abilities and achievements
3. Setting appropriately high expectations for young children’s development
4. Planning ‘next steps’ in learning for young children’s development
5. Regular review of progress made by all children
6. A commitment to improving the skills of all practitioners
7. A balanced use of child-initiated and adult-guided play-based activities
8. The use of appropriate environments and resources
9. Partnership working between families, carers, practitioners and professionals in supporting young children’s learning and development
10. An effective procedure for monitoring planning and assessing improvement in practice and provision

To achieve the Primary Award we had to demonstrate that the criteria for all 10 elements were met and provide evidence that participation in the award has had a positive impact on the provision and practice. 

1. A whole school strategy and planning to improve performance in English and mathematics
2. An analysis of the assessment of pupil performance in English and mathematics
3. Target setting for the improvement of performance in English and mathematics
4. English and mathematics planning and intervention for all groups of pupils
5. Review of progress made by all groups of pupils in English and mathematics
6. A commitment to improving the skills of staff in the application of English and mathematics in the school
7. The use of a range of teaching approaches and learning styles to improve English and mathematics
8. The use of appropriate teaching and learning resources to improve English and mathematics
9. The involvement of parents and carers in developing their child’s English and mathematics
10. An effective procedure for monitoring planning and assessing performance in English and mathematics  
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