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School Improvement (SEF & SIP)

 

As a result of our joint work with health professionals and closer work with families, our attendance for 2016/7 was 91.46%, up from 90% the previous year. This does not include pupils who have had extended hospital stays or who have had respite care located too far from school for them to travel in. 

 

Government figures (DfE SfR Sep. 2016) say that for pupils with complex needs the average attendance rate is 85.8%.  

 

 

Our aims for the next three years are:

 

  • Driven by dynamic governance and strong leadership, the school collaborates with others in a strong and resilient structure, where each child is a powerful learner and adults have the opportunities to learn and develop as teachers and leaders. 

 

  • An innovative and relevant curriculum is delivered through formal and informal learning opportunities, that enables all of our young people achieve personalised outcomes in relation to:
    • education and employment
    • health
    • community engagement
    • independence 

 

  • Families, school staff and multi-agency teams work together to enable all of our young people to achieve personalised outcomes in relation to:
    • education and employment
    • health
    • community engagement
    • independence

 

  • The school is well-placed to continue to provide the resources that enable us to meet the needs of Islington's young people with complex needs.  
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