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  1. Dunbar Primary School Mid-Term Update February 2017

  2. Our focus every year….. The commitment to raise attainment and pupils’ life chances, to provide our pupils with an exciting, fun and challenging school curriculum that develops them to their full potential.

  3. Our Values We will not give up on our pupils - unconditional positive regard We believe that every pupil belongs to our school – belonging We believe that intelligence is not fixed - learning We see our school is part of the community - outward facing We need to help our pupils overcome adversity – resilience We have a shared obligation to make a difference - service We can't do it by ourselves - partnerships We accept change and challenge ourselves to keep improving - innovate

  4. Priorities • Attainment and Achievement - progress • High expectations and a commitment to excellence • Parental and Community involvement

  5. P7 Results 2008/9 – 2016/17

  6. Curriculum for Excellence Teacher Judgement Levels 2015/2016 & 2016/17

  7. ELC P6 Pupil Survey Most pupils behave well in this school Nov 2011 Nov 2013 Dec 2016 Strongly agree 11.61 % 26.09% 15% Agree 72.32% 67.00% 66% Disagree 13.39% 7.8% 19% I enjoy being at this school Nov 2011 Nov 2013 Dec 2016 Strongly agree 50.89% 66.96% 40% Agree 41.07% 27.83% 51% Disagree 2.68% 2.61% 9%

  8. Community/Charity Activities • Children in Need • Blythswood Christmas Boxes • Grandparents Day • P1 Book Bug event • P2 and P3 Read, Write, Count parent event • Dunbar Unplugs and Reads • Family Reading Quiz • Numeracy Workshops for parents • Primary 3 running group • Carol Singing at hospital and care homes • Purple Pinkie Day

  9. Additional Information • Pupil focus groups • Increasing roll – 46 Pupils enrolled since August • Review of Additional Support for Learning across East Lothian – changes expected

  10. CLPL in action in our school • Curriculum Framework Developers – Mrs N Murray, Miss Hughes, Mrs Edwards, Mrs MacDonald, MrMacRury, Mrs Bennett • PE Champions – Miss Robertson and Mrs Bennett • 1st Steps to leadership – Miss Robertson • Cooperative Learning Development Teachers – Miss Eunson, Mr Orr, Mrs MacDougall and Miss Alison • JRSO – Mrs MacDougall and Miss Todd • 1+2 Coordinator – Mrs Hare • Rights respecting School – Miss Ainslie, Mrs Whitehead and MrsGillanders • Numeracy Academy – MrsLegge, Mrs Bennett • Pupil Council – MrsLeggeandMrMacKenzie • NQT Supporters – MrsMcPheat, Mrs King and Miss Currie • Parent Council Teacher Reps – Mrs Brennan, Miss Eeles, Mrs king • ECO - Mrs Edwards, Miss Jordan, MrsLegge • Fairtrade Champions – Mrs Murray, Miss Alison • Charity Coordinator – Mrs Gray • Moderation reps – Miss Eunson and MrsLegge • Making Thinking Visible Champions – MrsMelvin, Mrs King and MrsGray

  11. Coming up…… • Parental, Pupil and Staff involvement in developing next year’s School Improvement Plan • Pupil Equity Funding - £97,200 • Storytelling Event – linked to Civic Week and Dunbar Unplugs and Reads • Awards for All – gazebo Funding to support • Application in for Foyle Foundation – library • Parent event – new policy on supporting dyslexia and reading in East Lothian – March • School Review