Achievement, Behaviour and Curriculum

 
The ABC Committee will meet each term. Its aim and purpose is to understand, monitor and review statutory and non-statutory obligations in order to ensure a challenging and vibrant curriculum, excellence in behaviour and outstanding progress and achievement.

The following terms of reference apply equally and are not presented in priority order:
 
  • To ensure the delivery of the National Curriculum (2014) and the EYFS Curriculum and to fulfil the statutory responsibilities for assessment and reporting. 
  • To review on a regular basis all school policies that relate to Achievement, Behaviour and the Curriculum
  • To ensure that the school fulfils its statutory responsibility in the delivery of religious education, sex/relationships education and collective worship. 
  • To ensure that all SEND pupils’ needs are met. 
  • To ensure a well-resourced and well-managed learning environment with a broad and diverse curriculum which inspires learners.  
  • To interpret, monitor and evaluate internal and external pupil performance and progress data. 
  • To Review the School Strategic Development Plan and School Self Evaluation on a Termly Basis in areas relating to ABC Committee. 
  • To monitor the school’s use and impact of Pupil Premium strategies. 
  • To monitor pupil behaviour and attendance.