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School Self-Evaluation


Scoil Mhuire engages in School Self-Evaluation. School Self-Evaluation was formally introduced  in 2012 as a collaborative, reflective process of internal school review, focused on school improvement. School Self-Evaluation further develops the school development planning process, and focuses it firmly on teaching and learning.  The first two focuses 2012-2016 were on numeracy and literacy.  The SSE model 2016 - 2020 has incorporated three teaching and learning focuses. Scoil Mhuire has engaged with formative assessment, wellbeing and digital strategy. The model is outlined in the graphic. 



Scoil Mhuire’s School Self-Evaluation Model 2016 - 2020



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Scoil Mhuire follows the following six step self-evaluation process and devises Improvement Plans. This is a cyclical process and Scoil Mhuire strives to  ensure relevant actions take place to improve outcomes.

Improvement Plan - Formative Assessment

Improvement Plan - Wellbeing

The Inspectorate of the Department of Education has issued the following documents which guides Scoil Mhuire throughout our self-evaluation for the next number of years.

School Self-Evaluation Guidelines 2016-2020

Looking at Our Schools 2016 

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