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  • Conducting a pupil-led book scrutiny How might schools conduct a pupil-led book scrutiny? We include a downloadable KeyDoc template to support a book scrutiny conducted by pupils and staff in collaboration, and relay guidance from two of our associate education experts. We also link to further work scrutiny templates from The Key.
  • Evaluate your subject/department: SEF checklist Download and adapt our checklist to evaluate the effectiveness of your subject or department. It's divided into the 2019 Ofsted framework judgements, and is designed to work alongside our curriculum evaluation tools.
  • Evaluating a classroom's provision for pupils with SEN Is there a checklist to evaluate a classroom's provision for pupils with SEN? In this article, we include a KeyDoc checklist for evaluating classroom provision for pupils with SEN. We also link to guidance and checklists on learning environments for pupils with ASD and PMLD.
  • Forms for scrutinising planning Are there forms for scrutinising teachers' planning? This article includes a KeyDoc for scrutinising teachers’ planning, which you can download. We also link to a planning scrutiny proforma from a local authority, and examples of questions to ask when scrutinising teachers’ planning.
  • How to do your own subject deep dive Follow our step-by-step guide to help you collaborate with staff to carry out your subject deep dive, so you can make improvements to your curriculum.
  • Questioning pupils for a maths work scrutiny (primary) How can we conduct a primary maths scrutiny involving pupils? We spoke to one of our associate education experts about suggested questions to ask pupils to explain how they worked out their answers. We also relay guidance on how the school should approach the initiative.
  • SMSC audit: template and examples Use our template to audit your spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) provision, and look at examples of completed audits from schools.
  • Work scrutiny: how-to and template Follow these steps to make sure your work scrutinies have an impact and lead to improvements in your school.