‘Together we grow’
At Stower Provost Primary School, we value the benefits of working together in a small, caring community where learning is at the heart of all we do.
Everyone is challenged and encouraged to thrive and achieve as an individual, preparing them to be confident and active citizens in modern Britain.
Our vision is to create a school community where the uniqueness of every child is valued. We strive to instil in the children a lifelong love of learning and ambition for their future where they are proud of their achievements.
Stower Provost Strategic Goals 2018 – 2023
- A curriculum that engages, excites and encourages a love of learning; ensuring all children have the provision they need to be successful
- A safe, nurturing environment that allows pupils and staff to develop and work in a supportive and collaborative environment
- Every child’s Stower Provost journey will provide a platform to build self-esteem, independence, confidence and the skills to succeed in life
- Robust leadership throughout the school
- Strong effective governance – a reflective governing body that provides support and challenge to drive improvement
- Strong engagement between school, parents and the wider community – growing talent, heightening cost effectiveness and optimising educational outcomes for all
This plan was developed by the Governing Body working with staff, parents, and the school children, it will be reviewed and updated as it is a working document.
School Development Plan 2023 – 2025
The School Development Plan enables the school’s vision to be shared and understood by the whole school community. Our aim is to work and learn together in order to improve further and to be the best that we can be. Our School Development Plan should give everyone an understanding of where the school is going and what actions will be taken to ensure we get there. It is designed to give a sharp, clear focus to those aspects of our work which we believe are most in need of improvement.
School Development Plan priorities 2023 – 2025
Objective 1 – to develop a curriculum that has clear progression of skills and knowledge, and that engages, excites and encourages a love of learning; whilst also ensuring all children have the provision they need to be successful.
Objective 2 – to ensure teachers have the skills to enable the effective teaching of phonics, and that effective and robust systems are in place to: monitor teaching, assess and track pupil progress, and continue to develop skills for teachers and pupils alike.
Objective 3 – ensure teaching, learning and assessment are strong across the school.
This strategy cannot set itself apart from all the social, economic, and political pressures and changes that take place in any five-year period, and we recognise that a variety of issues will influence our work and development. The following have been identified as key areas of influence over the next five years:
- Impact of new technologies
- The changing world we live in
- Changes to childhood and meeting learners’ wider needs
- Raising standards and developing staff
- Resources and collaboration
- Environment and sustainability
We feel we are an important part of our local community, joining in with local events and welcoming members of the community into school. We make sure our achievements are celebrated, too, through newsletters in local magazines and papers. Click below to read our latest bulletins