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Use our template to audit your spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) provision, and look at examples of completed audits from schools.

Download our SMSC audit

KeyDoc: SMSC audit template

Give this audit to your subject leaders to complete as they'll have the best understanding of where SMSC opportunities are planned in their subject.

By completing this audit you'll see:

  • How each subject in your curriculum links to SMSC opportunities
  • Areas where this can be developed further

Use this information to help create an SMSC action plan.

Examples of completed audits

  • Storrington Primary School in West Sussex - in addition to a whole-school audit, you'll find a document that outlines opportunities for cross-curricular SMSC development 
  • Copley Junior School in Doncaster - this audit breaks down the school's aims, objectives, evidence and impact for each aspect of SMSC
  • Corsham Regis Primary Academy in Wiltshire - alongside the evidence and impact sections, this school includes details about how it can improve SMSC development (you'll find the audits for KS1 and KS2 halfway down the page)

Some schools choose to work towards the National

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