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Differentiation: audit tools and resources
Is there an audit to assess how teachers use differentiation? We worked with one of our associate education experts to create a downloadable KeyDoc audit that allows teachers to consider their use of differentiation in areas such as questioning, resources and the tasks set.
Headteachers' standards of excellence: self-assessment tool
If you're a headteacher or aspiring headteacher, download our template to audit your performance against the national standards of excellence.
ICT and computing skills audits for school staff
You can identify staff CPD needs with examples of skills audits in using ICT and teaching the computing curriculum. These cover using mobile devices, using the internet, and embedding ICT in teaching and learning.
Improving the practice of individual teachers
How can we improve the practice of individual teachers? This article features advice from one of our associate experts, plus KeyDocs for assessing teachers against standards and creating an action plan for improving practice. It also looks at a case study on improving teaching.
Literacy teaching: skills audit for staff
Are there tools to help audit teachers' skills in developing literacy? In this article, we link to a literacy skills audit form from a local authority, and include advice from one of our associate experts on auditing staff skills. We also link to a skills audit for trainee teachers and teaching assistants.
Mastery and greater depth teaching: staff questionnaire
Use our sample questionnaire to assess staff confidence in mastery and greater depth teaching.
Maths skills audits for staff
Find examples of audits you can use in your school.
Middle and senior leaders' skills: analysis tools
Are there any skills analysis tools for middle and senior leaders? We worked with one of our associate experts to create a skills audit template based on the Teachers' Standards. We also link to examples of self-evaluations and to further resources for auditing skills.
Primary computing curriculum: skills audit for staff
Are there examples of skills audit for the computing curriculum? This article highlights a staff skills audit for the primary computing curriculum. It refers to 'I Can' statements based on the computing curriculum and looks at proposed subject knowledge requirements for computer science teachers.
Skills audit for an SEN teaching assistant
Is there a skills audit for a TA supporting with pupils with SEN? We worked with one of our associate education experts to create a skills audit for teaching assistants (TAs) working with pupils with special educational needs (SEN). We also link to a general skills audit template for support staff.
Skills audits for science teaching (primary)
Are there any skills audits for primary school science teachers? One of our associate education experts suggests questions that a primary science teaching audit could include. We also link to a science knowledge audit for trainee teachers produced by a university.
Special educational needs (SEN) practitioner: skills audit
Are there examples of skills audit for SEN practitioners? We look at self-evaluation checklists for special educational needs (SEN) practitioners produced by the Inclusion Development Programme, and link to inclusive lesson and SENCO skills audits.
Support staff: skills audit
Are there resources for a skills audit for support staff? This article includes two KeyDoc skills audits for support staff, which are based on advice from our associate experts. We also relay advice on monitoring staff productivity, and link to skills audit resources from local authorities.
Teachers' skills audit
Download our skills audit template, which will allow your teachers to assess themselves against the Teachers' Standards. We also set out what evidence to use when filling out the audit, and provide examples of other skills audits you may want to adapt.
Teaching assistant: skills audit
Support your teaching assistants to identify their development needs with our skills audit.
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