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School Improvement Priorities 2023 - 2024

Quality of Education

Objective: To improve writing attainment at KS2 so that data is at least in line with national standards.



Objective: Improve student outcomes with the implementation of a consistent approach to writing through the school.


Objective: To raise attainment in the Good Level of Development (GLD) for Reception, ensuring it is at least in line with national data. Additionally, to strengthen provision in Number, ensuring that all pupils have a solid foundation in mathematical concepts and skills.


Objective: Implement effective adaptive teaching methods to further support EAL and SEND learners. Use of the new Merton OAG.


Objective: To review and refine the broad and balanced whole school curriculum to ensure it is representative of our diverse community.

Behaviour and Attitudes

Objective: To improve attendance, with a focus on decreasing persistent absenteeism.


Objective: To design and implement a new behaviour policy based on a ‘trauma informed’ approach.

Personal Development

Objective: To develop pupils' confidence, resilience, and knowledge so that they can keep themselves mentally healthy.

Leadership and Management

Objective: To ensure Governors all understand their respective roles and perform these in a way that enhances the effectiveness of the school. That new governors have a strong induction process.


Objective: Leaders ensure they take into account the workload and well-being of all staff, while also developing and strengthening the quality of the workforce.

  • School's KS2 Attainment
      2023 Data 2023 Data
      Haslemere School   National
    Reading Expected Standard 79% 73%
    Writing Expected Standard 50% 72%
    Maths Expected Standard 75% 73%

    Reading, Writing & Maths Combined Expected Standard

    48% 60%


      2023 2023
      Haslemere School National
    Reading Higher Standard 29% 29%
    Writing Higher Standard 5% 14%
    Maths Higher Standard 27% 24%
    Reading, Writing & Maths Combined HIgher Standard 4% 8%


    Progress data 


    Reading Progress Score: -0.67

    Writing Progress Score: - 3.93

    Maths Progress Score: -0.06

Equality Duty and Objectives

Latest Ofsted Report 2020

Parent View

OFSTED seek the views of parents at schools via a web based survey. We would like you to complete this survey for us, so that when OFSTED do prepare and plan for our inspection they have a feel for the parental views. It will also help us to see what parents feel about specific areas of the school. 

 1. http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk will take you to the Parent View website.

 2. Click on “Give your views now” and you will be asked to register or login. You just need an email address to register.

 3. Once logged in you are asked to answer 14 questions about the school.

Thank you for completing this survey.

If you do not have a computer or an email address or if you would like help to use Parent View, please come into school and ask at reception.

Copies of documentation

Copies of documentation are available free of charge on request to the headteacher via the info@haslemere.merton.sch.uk email address.

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