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Coronavirus: adapting school self-evaluation across your trust
School closure has made it very difficult to measure quality of teaching, behaviour, and progress. Find out what you and your schools should consider in your self-evaluation instead, to reflect the changes across your trust this year.
- Keep track of the broader non-COVID priorities across your trust
- Don’t closely evaluate pupil progress during lockdown - the data isn’t reliable
- Measure engagement to fill the gaps in attendance data
- Get feedback from parents and pupils to evaluate quality of home learning
- Consider how schools have supported parents with behavioural issues at home
- Evaluate how pupils settle back into school and what schools are doing to support this
- Evaluate how your schools are supporting staff to settle back in
- Acknowledge staff development in the self-evaluation, too
- Take into account curriculum development across your trust
- Use the self-evaluation exercise to identify and share best practice
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