How can your Self Evaluation link to other school improvement processes?
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Mosaic provides a powerful set of self-evaluation tools to guide your school
Self-Evaluation and the corresponding analyses are often just the starting point and Mosaic provides the follow up by enabling the quick creation of action plans from any specific part of your self-evaluation report. The two things are then dynamically linked with a live feed of evidence from your action plans directly into your report.
Popular applications of our self-evaluation reports include:
Ofsted Common Inspection Framework (formerly known as the SEF)
ESTYN Self Evaluation Report
Departmental progress reports
Career Stage Expectations for Individual Staff
Pupil Premium, Behaviour and Safeguarding Audits (Available free in our template market)
School Financial Values Standard (Available free in our template market)
Mosaic enables schools to produce a suite of self-evaluation reports for use across the trust, school, department, teams and for individual members of staff. The applications are effectively endless as our customisable structure enables you to set the evaluation questions, context and the desired evidence based outcomes.
These reports can be easily distributed to your desired user group and their input can be monitored and validated prior to analysis and feedback.
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So, you think you know your school? Does everyone in your team feel the same? Perhaps you should ask them.
The Priority Analysis Report (PAR) is a quick and simple way for you to get the views of your team within the context of any evaluation framework and for you to know more about your development priorities going forward. For example, you might be working your way through the Common Inspection Framework or the ESTYN SER, or you might be evaluating Governance or Safeguarding in your school. Wouldn’t it be more meaningful if your team could provide a clear picture of where they see those development priorities?
The PAR can be anonymised or not and the analysis is instantly available. It only takes around 15 minutes to complete which means it could be done at the beginning of a staff meeting and the analysis can be used straight away to formulate development plans.
PAR’s can be done as many times as you need to, perhaps three times a year, to see how the view of your team changes as your development strategy is implemented. The PAR can be shared with all key stakeholders if you wish and it demonstrates that Leadership have taken the time to get to know there school more accurately.