School self-evaluation summary report for school community
Evaluation period: June 2013 to June 2014
Report issue date: September 2014
Summary School Self-Evaluation Report
Our school has its own context. There are 15 teachers and 271 pupils in the school. We have a number of programmes operating in the school including Shared Reading, Peer Tutoring, Buddy Reading and also Early Intervention for Infants. Our attendance levels are excellent. Our pupils' behaviour is excellent .For more information on how we intend to improve our pupils' learning, please see our website / newsletter.
1.1 The focus of the evaluation
We undertook a school self-evaluation of teaching and learning during the year. We evaluated Literacy. We chose this because we felt that our pupils could improve their learning outcomes in this area.
This report summarises the strengths that were identified and the areas that have been prioritised for improvement.
2. Summary of school self-evaluation findings
We collected information from parents, pupils and teachers in preparing this report. We looked at how well our pupils were doing in Literacy. We also looked at our Standardised \test results.
2.1 We found that our school has strengths in the following areas:
We know these are our strengths because of the information yielded from surveys of parents teachers, children and also from test results.
2.2 We have decided to prioritise the following areas for development: