Changes in the Inspection system Monitoring and Evaluating Self-Evaluation of the Governing Body
Changes in the Inspection System Susan Lewis – Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales SCHOOL SELF-EVALUATION and the role of Governors in that process
Changes in the Inspection System SCHOOL SELF-EVALUATION at the heart of the process
Changes in the Inspection System IMPACT work Governors do and way Governors monitor standards and quality in their schools improve effectiveness of current self- evaluation systems will involve a range of stakeholders, including pupils, parents and Governors
Changes in the Inspection Process Schools to feel fully involved Nominated person A differentiated system
Changes in the Inspection Process SELF-EVALUATION rigour and accuracy more active involvement of Governors, Teachers and Headteachers
Changes in the Inspection Process SELF-EVALUATION September 2004:- -Analysis of present report -QUALITY OF: process report findings
Changes in the Inspection Process SELF-EVALUATION Strengths and weaknesses Progress and improvement Involvement of all staff Views of Learners, Governors, Parents, Employers, Community
HOW SHOULD GOVERNORS BE INVOLVED IN THE SELF-EVALUATION PROCESS?
MONITORING (checking that the school is doing what it says it is doing) And EVALUATING (working out the effects of what the school is doing on the pupils and staff)
Monitoring and Evaluating A Governing Body weakness through:- lack of awareness ineffective
Monitoring and Evaluating INFORMATION ??? Is it received? Is it accurate and understandable? Is it relevant?
Monitoring and Evaluating THE HEADTEACHER’S REPORT Regular review Forward Looking
Monitoring and Evaluating Visiting the School Links with Subject Co-ordinators Committees Surveys Local Education Authority Review