Reports and Plans
One of the main reasons for the continued success of Rushey Mead Academy and its pioneering outlook is a constant focus on evaluating all aspects of practice and making sure we plan effectively for the future.
We perceive change as an opportunity not a threat and welcome the views of others to help us consider if we are doing the right things to have impact.
The academy undertakes full and searching evaluations of all areas of work, in particular focusing on student achievement, the quality of teaching, behaviour and safety, leadership and management and outreach and collaboration. From these evaluations, we plan for future improvement, continually striving to refine and further improve outcomes and wellbeing of students.
In addition to our own in-house reviews and observations, others are welcomed in to academy to share their expert opinions. In particular the academy’s governors play a vital role in this. ‘Challenge Partners’ is a national group of forward-thinking schools of which Rushey Mead is a lead partner. Every year we undergo a ‘Challenge Partners review’ to consider our effectiveness and Ofsted also considers whether the academy continues to be ‘Outstanding’. We are pleased to share reviews, plans and evaluations and the links below reflect most recent examples:
- Challenge Partners Report - February 2017
- Full SEF 2017-2018
- School Improvement Plan 2017-2018
- Summary SEF 2017 - 2018
Use of additional funding
Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2017-2018
Pupil Premium Action Plan 2017 - 2018
Pupil Premium Budget 2017-2018
Supplemental Funding Agreement
Year 7 Literacy & Numeracy catch up evaluation 2016-2017
Year 7 Literacy & Numeracy catch up plan 2017-2018