Key Priorities

Lanner Primary School - 2021 / 2022

Priority 1 – Continue to enhance writing across the whole curriculum offering children a broad and varied opportunity to apply and develop as writers.  

Priority 2 – Continue to manage and develop curriculum leads knowledge and responsibility for their curriculum area whilst promoting self-well being and development.    

Priority 3 – Ensure our reading approach continues to develop all readers in particular the lowest 20%.                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Priority 4 – Ensure catch up provision is targeted and directed.  

A) Maths: To ensure that currently lower attaining pupils - based on end of Y1 and KS1 data- make good or better progress this academic year. 


Lanner Primary School - 2020 / 2021 


Priority 1 – Embed and deliver a high quality, literature based, progressive curriculum that secures high quality outcomes for all pupils.  



Priority 2 – Effective use of assessment to fine tune whole class provision and target provision for individuals to ensure accelerated progress is made and gaps are filled.



Priority 3 – Effectively manage staff and pupil wellbeing.   




Lanner Primary & Nursery School

SDP 2019-2020



Priority 1 – To further develop the consistency of quality first teaching so that provision is effectively targeted at individuals to make accelerated progress.



Priority 2 – Ensure that children with special educational needs receive a robust and tailored provision thus achieving the highest possible levels of progress.



Priority 3 – Embed a vocabulary rich learning culture to enable children to access a wide and varied curriculum.










Lanner Primary and Nursery SDP 2018/19





Link Governance


Ensure teaching and learning is consistently good or better across the school ensuring children receive a high quality provision

Kieran Walsh

Barbara Maguire


 Develop an exciting and engaging curriculum making close links with writing ensuring children experience real life learning opportunities and have purpose for writing.

Anna Pooley

Tamsin Pulley 

Teresa Marshall


Improve reading outcomes for children in all areas of the school (including phonics)

Kate Leah

Sarah Gilbert


Develop a whole school maths mastery approach incorporating the three curriculum aims of fluency, problem solving and reasoning

 Claire Merrifield

Sarah Brough