School Improvement Priorities
At Rokesly Every Child Matters in Every Way

Your child deserves the best.
To get the best outcomes we must have the best systems and the best standards – measurable and accountable – to emonstrate excellence. We have ambitious expectations for all.

Here are our School Improvement Priorities for 2019-20:
School Priority 1

CURRICULUM – Embed a revised RIS Curriculum across the school that is effective, inspiring and personalised to the needs of our children and community

  • Review our curriculum to ensure National Curriculum coverage and progression for all groups of pupils in all subjects
  • Ensure our curriculum is broad, balanced and inspiring to learners in line with our Whole School Vision
  • Make sure our curriculum and resources we use reflect our diverse school community
  • Make sure all children access our outdoor environment regularly and routinely as part of an outstanding curriculum so they are able to build skills and knowledge across all curriculum areas.
  • Rokesly leaders engage in partnerships that ensure our curriculum is the best it can be
School Priority 2

ESSENTIAL SKILLS – Rokesly children demonstrate achievement in all identified ‘Essential Skills’ for learning areas

  • Our Whole School Vision statements are recognised and meaningful to all members of our school community
  • Our Essential Skills for learning are understood by all stakeholders
  • Children develop a range of skills that impact on their outcomes as learners and ensure they are ready for their next stage of learning
  • Essential Skills are given a place of importance in all aspects of school life
School Priority 3

MATHS – Further improve Maths teaching and learning to ensure children have opportunities to develop reasoning skills and achieve GDS

  • The POWER MATHS scheme is introduced to ensure staff are equipped to teach a full and effective maths curriculum
  • Children have opportunities to develop procedural fluency and conceptual understanding through investigative, practical, collaborative and independent activities
  • Our maths curriculum successfully prepares KS1 pupils for the KS2 curriculum at all levels of attainment, including the most able and those attaining the Greater Depth Standard
  • Teachers actively seek out and participate in developing collaborative networks that have the capacity to sustain continuous improvement in Maths
  • Pupils learn independently with increased motivation, raised standards and accelerated progress
Junior and Infant Schools Shared Priorities

Every year we work together across both schools to identify opportunities to share outstanding practice, co-ordinate strategies for areas of school improvement and pool resources to ensure staff receive essential training

Joint Priority  – Improving outcomes for our BAME pupils

With our Junior colleagues, Rokesly infant and Nursery school have made a pledge to create equality of opportunity, challenge barriers to learning and fairness and improve outcomes for our BAME pupils:

“Every child and young person in Haringey matters. Every child and young person deserves the best life chances, especially when they face additional barriers due to ethnicity and disadvantage. It is everyone’s responsibility to make this a reality and create the equality of opportunity we want to see.”

To make this improvement a reality for our children, we have completed a self-assessment and devised a school plan of action. The areas we have identified for improvement are:

 Provide consistent response to reports of racist incidents in school

 Ensure the curriculum and  resources reflect our diverse school community

Improve parental inclusion in wider school events and the wider school  community

We actively nurture links between our schools and other institutions and agencies, along with  involvement in projects that support us in improving outcomes for our BAME pupils

Other shared Junior and Infant Schools Priorities

Priority 1 – CURRICULUM – We will be working with Junior colleagues to ensure that our curriculum prepares every child to access the learning in KS2

Priority 2 – ESSENTIAL SKILLS – Children can identify their own achievement as effective learners in all identified ‘Essential Skills’ areas in line with ‘Readiness for next stage of learning’ statements. 

Priority 3 – MATHS – We will continue to work with colleagues to develop maths teaching and learning to ensure that infant children are fully prepared for expectations in KS2

Achievement at Rokesly Infant and Nursery School

We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our children at Rokesly.

Across our Reception classes last year 78% of Rokesly children achieved a Good Level of Development (Haringey 76% and National 72%) which is an indicator that children are successful in all areas of the curriculum and are ready to access the next stage of their learning.

Last year in Year 2 86% of Rokesly pupils achieved at or above age expectations in Reading (Haringey 77% and National 75%)

86% of Rokesly pupils achieved at or above expectations in Writing (Haringey 74% and National 70%)

81% of Rokesly pupils achieved at or above expectations in Maths
(Haringey 78% and National 76%)

92% of Rokesly pupils achieved the expected standard in Science
(Haringey 84% and National 83%)


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Rokesly Infant and Nursery School,
Hermiston Avenue,
London, N8 8NH