School Self Evaluation: A Brief Guide
School Self Evaluation (SSE) is a process that schools all over the country are currently engaged in. It is a “collaborative, inclusive, and reflective process of internal school review”.
The process of School Self Evaluation involves gathering information from a range of sources about the quality of teaching and learning in our school, and then making decisions. It culminates in the development of a School Improvement Plan which sets targets for improvement in certain areas. The guiding framework for the SSE process is a document called 'Looking at Our School 2016, A Quality Framework for Post-Primary Schools'. The ultimate purpose of SSE is to improve the quality of learning in our schools.
This document explains what we achieved through School Self Evaluation in 2021-22 and what we aim to achieve in 2022-23:
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These documents will give you brief background information on some of the areas that are part of our SSE plan.
- A Brief Guide to the SSE Targets 2022-23
- A Brief Guide to Blooms Taxonomy
- A Brief Guide to School Self Evaluation
- A Brief Guide to Assessment for Learning
- A Brief Guide to Formative Feedback
- A Brief Guide to Differentiation
- A Brief Guide to Active Methodologies in the classroom
- A Brief Guide to Restorative Practice