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Last reviewed on 20 February 2018
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School types: All · School phases: Primary

Is there a year planner showing when to carry out self-evaluation tasks? One of our associate education experts has created a sample primary school self-evaluation schedule, which you can download as a KeyDoc.

KeyDoc: schedule for self-evaluation

We worked with one of our associate education experts, David Driscoll, to produce a document that sets out a possible self-evaluation schedule for a primary school.

David is an independent consultant with considerable experience of supporting schools to analyse their data to improve achievement, teaching and leadership. 

KeyDoc: annual schedule for school self-evaluation (primary)

The KeyDoc lists tasks to be completed in each month by senior managers, middle managers and governors.

For example, it says that in September, senior managers:

It also says that in November, middle managers carry out work scrutiny and co-ordinators join the senior leadership team (SLT) for

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