The interactive self-assessment tool has been designed to support a school leadership team to review the four essential interrelated layers of the whole-school curriculum plan and identify any areas that require further improvement.

This tool is designed to assist schools to make judgments about the extent to which they have a consistent, rigorous approach to whole-school curriculum planning across the four interrelated layers of School, Curriculum Area, Year Level, and Unit/Lessons.

Using the tool

  • There are a series of questions for each of the interrelated layers essential for comprehensive whole-school curriculum planning.
  • Schools are asked to reflect on each question and rate themselves on a five point scale ranging from ‘Fully developed’ through to ‘Not at all’.
  • The ratings are not stored in the system. They are for school use only.
  • All questions need a response before a report can be generated.
  • Areas of planning that may require attention are quickly identified.
  • Schools can make informed judgments about next steps to improve practice.

Results

When every question has a response the results will be displayed on the screen, categorised under three headings:

  • Doing well
  • Areas for review
  • Priority areas for action

Reports

You can access your results in two formats:

  • A PDF report sent to your nominated email address. This report is dated.
  • A CSV file that can be integrated into a database for analysis and future comparisons.

Interactive self-assessment tool

School audit tool
Question Fully developed Partially developed Not at all
Does the school have a written statement/policy that:
Does the school have a diagram or table to represent its teaching and learning program:
Question Fully developed Partially developed Not at all
Does the teaching and learning program for each learning area and capability:
Question Fully developed Partially developed Not at all
Does the teaching and learning program for each year level:
Question Fully developed Partially developed Not at all
Does the unit plan/sequence of lessons:

Schools may download a Word version of the self-assessment tool: