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School Self-Evaluation

What is School Self-Evaluation?

"SSE is a collaborative, reflective, inclusive process of internal school review. During SSE, the principal, deputy principal and teachers, under the direction of the board of management and the patron, and in consultation with the parents and pupils, engage in reflective enquiry on the work of the school.

School self-evaluation is primarily about school improvement and development.

School self-evaluation enables schools:

  • To take the initiative in improving the quality of education that they provide for their pupils.
  • To affirm and build on what is working well.
  • To identify areas in need of development and to decide on actions that should be taken to bring about improvements in those areas.
  • To report to the school community about the strengths in the work of the school and its priorities for improvement and development."

from Department of Education and Skills website www.schoolself-evaluation.ie

Our School's Self-Evaluation Report and School Improvement Plan together with graphs depicting our school's performance in Standardised Literacy Tests compared to national norms and a breakdown of STen score results for literacy for 1st -6th Classes inclusive (June 2014) are available to read by clicking the links below:

S.N. Réalt na Mara School Self-Evaluation Report

S.N. Réalt na Mara Self Improvement Plan.

To view
graphs of our school's results in standardised English literacy tests (May 2014) for 1st -6th Classes inclusive click here

An explanation of Standardised Tests and STen score results can be found by clicking this link

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