Governor Guide on Self-Evaluation

Amended October 2017

Self-evaluation is an honest and rigorous appraisal of performance based on the analysis of accurate, up-to-date information and data from a range of appropriate sources that can be used to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for improvement and threats to the school’s aspirations. This guide is intended to help governors to understand their role in monitoring and reviewing performance and their contribution to the process of self-evaluation.

There are two closely linked aspects to self-evaluation for governors:

  • self-evaluation of their own performance and
  • their input into the school’s self-evaluation of its performance

Published: 31/03/2011


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