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
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.
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.