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Download the Church of England's 2018 SIAMS evaluation schedule and see examples of completed self-evaluation forms from primary schools.

Download the evaluation schedule

You can download the Church of England's 2018 evaluation schedule for the statutory inspection of Anglican and Methodist schools (SIAMS) here (click on 'SIAMS evaluation schedule 2018').

You don't have to use this framework – you can carry out your self-evaluation in whichever way you deem appropriate. Check with your own diocese, as it may offer its own guidance. 

Read our article to find out how you can record the actions you've taken and measure the impact, in relation to the 7 strands set out in the 2018 evaluation schedule

Completed forms from primary schools

These examples are in line with the SIAMS evaluation schedule that came into effect in September 2018.

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