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Coronavirus: adapting your self-evaluation
School closure has made it very difficult to measure quality of teaching, pupil behaviour and progress. Find out what you should consider in your self-evaluation instead, to reflect the changes to your school this year.
- Don't closely evaluate pupil progress during lockdown - the data isn't reliable
- Measure engagement to fill the gaps in your attendance data
- Consider how you've supported parents with behavioural issues at home
- Evaluate yourself on how pupils settle back into school
- Acknowledge staff development in your self-evaluation, too
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