Subject review and improvement planning tools
Self-evaluation and improvement planning are a crucial part of developing PSHE education in schools. Whether you have recently taken over leading PSHE in your school or simply want help to identify your provision’s strengths and areas for development, these tools will really help, as well as providing great evidence for Ofsted or ISI inspection.
1. The PSHE education subject review framework:
The aim of this framework is to support schools in reviewing their PSHE education provision and to inform their improvement planning. The framework comprises grids containing descriptors adapted from both the PSHE Association’s Ofsted Self-review Tool and Self-review Tool for Secondary PSHE Education to cover the key aspects of PSHE education provision under the following three headings:
Section 1. Leadership, management and organisation of PSHE education
Section 2. PSHE education teaching and learning
Section 3. The PSHE education curriculum
The most important part of the subject review is what happens next. The ‘next steps’ box under each set of descriptors is intended to make this a working document that supports and informs the subject development/improvement plan. If used electronically, additional ‘Current assessment’ and ‘Next steps’ rows can be added each time the review is revisited, thus providing an ongoing reflection of the subject’s development.
2. The PSHE education Improvement Plan:
This is a simple template that can be used in conjunction with the review framework to identify the key targets for development in each of the three sections of the review framework, who will do what by when and the success criteria.
Date uploaded: 23 Oct 2017
AttachmentsPSHE education subject review framework.docx
PSHE education subject review framework.pdf
PSHE ed Improvement Plan.pdf
PSHE ed Improvement Plan.docx
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Resource type(s)Assessment tools and strategies
Subject(s)Assessment and Evaluation
LevelsKey Stage 5
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4
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