Building a sustainable culture of self-review

Self-review is not the responsibility of the principal alone. It works best when it becomes part of the professional culture of the school. It works at all levels of the school.

Making it meaningful

Meaningful self-review focuses on:

  • development and improvement
  • professional and organisational learning
  • seeking and being open to feedback from all stakeholders including staff, students, and parents
  • open and respectful communication
  • collecting good evidence
  • evidence-informed decision making.

A school-wide culture

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