Schools are required to carry out a self-evaluation of themselves to enable them to identify what they are doing well and areas where they can make improvements. School leaders at Bishop Perrin undertake a vigorous and robust self-evaluation process covering all aspects of school life. We draw evidence from a variety of sources including; nationally published school data, feedback from external advisors and visitors, leaning walks undertaken by staff and Governors, monitoring of pupils’ books and work, and responses from questionnaires completed by pupils, parents and staff.
Our Governors perform a very important role in scrutinising the School’s self-evaluation and provide advice and guidance to help the school to continually keep moving forward.
Please click on the link below to see our current Self-Evaluation Form (SEF).