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School Self Evaluation

What is School Self-Evaluation (SSE)?

At it's heart, SSE is about empowering schools to take a look at how they teach and how pupils learn. It helps schools to make small but meaningful changes to improve outcomes for learners.

Engaging with the SSE process provides us with an opportunity to critically reflect on current provision and to celebrate successes. It facilitates us to collaboratively identify areas which could be improved to benefit pupil learning experiences and outcomes.

SSE involves a six-step process:

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School Self-Evaluation and Wellbeing:

Wellbeing education is a priority for us all and can be progressed through the SSE process. SSE can also help a school to address the wellbeing challenges that arise for staff or learners. The adoption of a multi-component, preventative, whole-school approach is most beneficial in promoting wellbeing. This involves all members of the school community collaborating to change and improve specific areas of school life that impact on wellbeing.

Why is School Self-Evaluation (SSE) important to me?

Student

Your experience and opinion is important to us. SSE is ongoing to support your experience in school.

Parent / Guardian

Your support and feedback are an important part of SSE to enable your child's fullest participation in school.

Teacher / SNA / Staff

The SSE process affirms your good practice and gives a clear focus on areas for further development.

School Leader

You are leading change be collaborating with the school community to implement best practice for the best possible learner and teacher experience.

Board of Management

You are supporting our continued SSE process ensuring it reflects the school's ethos.

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