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The Oaktree School

Inspiring Everyone to Learn

School Development Plan

At The Oaktree, we continually seek to improve our practice and provide the very best education possible for the Oaktree pupils.  



Priority targets -

Key Priority One: Raise standards of achievement in English (Reading, Writing and Phonics)

Key Priority Two: Raise standards in the Quality of Teaching

Key Priority Three: To provide a broad and rich curriculum

Key Priority Four: Improve outcomes for vulnerable groups of pupils

Key Priority Five: Further develop behaviour and welfare of pupils

The school development priorities are linked to staff performance management targets and monitored by line managers. Governors are linked to SDP priorities whereby they monitor and evaluate progress, identifying impact of targets throughout the year.

The outcomes from our SWOT analysis, pupil’s attainment and progress data, work scrutiny, book looks, observations, drop ins, learning walks, subject team meetings, individual appraisals, pupil progress meetings, parental, staff and pupil questionnaires, planning, governors, external audits, SWAN collaboration report outcomes and feedback and behaviour logs all contribute to our school development planning process.

Much of our SDP this year has been reviewed in light of the pandemic of 2020 and 2021, the absence of children during lockdowns and after and the impact this has had on the Oaktree children and their community.  



To see our pupil questionnaire results please click below.