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AoLE Termly Monitoring

  • Subject Leaders are expected to monitor and evaluate the curriculum content and standardsachieved in order to ensure the overall effectiveness of the quality of education provided within theirsubject.
  • They are responsible for the progress and direction of SIP targets and how they relate and translate within their leadership areas.
  • As highlighted in the MER Timetable, all leaders undertake a termly review of their progress and ways forward in order to achieve targets set.
  • Directed leadership time is offered to all leaders in order to undertake their duties effectively, such as:ADDs sessions to feedback outcomes of review with all staff
    • ADDs sessions to share information or provide training
    • Create and analyse Community Questionnaires
    • Lesson Looks and Listening to Learners
    • Data Analysis
    • Visiting other schools
    • Courses and Certified Training
    • Reviewing Planning, Assessment and Workbook Looks 
    • Presenting to various members of the school community.
  • All feedback is provided to either whole school, phases or individual staff on the LPS OneForm.  This document indicates strengths, areas for improvement and suggested next steps. See image below.



  • This approach is a micro version of whole school improvement.  The strategies and approaches are very similar to the actions undertaken by the Governing Body and SLT.  Therefore, this sub system of school improvement empowers the leadership capacity of all staff within their areas of responsibility and enhances the leadership capacity and sustainability of the school.
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Termly Attendance
  • Whole School 92.9
  • Nursery 82.8
  • Reception 91.1
  • Year 1 95.2
  • Year 2 93.8
  • Year 3 96.5
  • Year 4 91.9
  • Year 5 91.9
  • Year 6 95.9
House Points
  • Glyndwr 6,449
  • Llewellyn 5,349
  • Caradog 6,392