The Whole-school Audit: Development Planning for Primary and Special Schools
An annual audit by staff and governors strengthens the school development planning process. This work aims to assist schools to identify their strengths and weaknesses with respect to specific requirements of the OFSTED Framework for Inspection.
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Attitudes behaviour and personal development
Curriculum planning mediumterm
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56 Principal strengths adequate appropriate assessment audit Action points audit Principal weaknesses AUDIT TARGET 91 audit team behaviour and personal child protection child protection register classroom clear Collective worship cultural development curriculum planning education provided educational standards achieved effective extent governing body headteacher health and safety Health education leadership and management learning objectives learning resources LEVEL TOTAL SCORE medium-term planning National Curriculum NUMBER OF RESPONSES Partnership with parents Person responsible personal development points 1 point points 4 points POINTS PER LEVEL policies procedures professional development promote pupils with special quality of education range excellent recording and reporting religious education RESPONSES POINTS role school development plan short-term planning social and cultural special educational needs spiritual statutory requirements STRENGTH 12 STRENGTH WEAKNESS 12 strengths and weaknesses strengths as identified TARGET 91 Principal value for money WEAKNESS 7 12 WEAKNESS 7 9 WEAKNESS 7 Rating WEAKNESS 7 WEAKNESS weaknesses as identified