School Audit

Successful schools are those that successfully progress the learning and development of all of their students, Staff and Teachers. There is no simple recipe for a successful school. Many factors combine to make each school what it is, and each school is unique. However, it is possible to identify a set of factors or characteristics that contribute to school’s success.

Based on research, survey, consultations with experts and our experience, we have identified few characteristics of successful schools. For each characteristic, we have prepared a broad description and examples of indicators. Many possible indicators are given for each characteristic, but there are certain to be others that could be added. Also, the descriptions and indicators may need to be modified as new issues and research findings emerge. As such, this document is intended to be a guiding or framework document that may change over time.

Our main objective of School audits to check whether the school stands with respect to each characteristic and identify scope of improvement through surveys and feedbacks.

Teaching Evaluation of Teachers

Every school teacher must have an annual performance evaluation based on certain parameters like; – How well the professional development plan was carried out and the measurable objectives were achieved. – And the teacher’s ability to demonstrate competencies and indicators for each teacher’s effectiveness.”

Teaching evaluation is a purposeful and systematic feedback process that results in a shared accountability system for teachers and administrators based on professional growth and measurable achievement. Its primary purpose is to afford teachers the opportunity to improve both the quality of teaching and the learning opportunities they provide to students. This purpose represents a major change from the traditional, vague, and sometimes confrontational, single dimension “checklist” teacher evaluation model that generally relies on undefined competencies. One of the most important resources for sustaining professional development in teaching is feedback from multiple sources. Our Teaching evaluation report will help you to analyze your students’ learning needs, and investigate students’ experiences of teaching.

Benefits of the Teaching Evaluation

  • Identifying the Strength & Weakness of Teachers
  • Identification of Training need
  • Designing of a Professional Development plan
  • Empowerment of Teachers, Parents and Students
  • Quality Improvement

“The acquisition of skills, concepts or attitudes that result in improved performance within the work environment”

Training analysis looks at each aspect of an operational domain so that the initial skills, concepts and attitudes of the human elements of a system can be effectively identified and appropriate training can be specified.

“Training Needs Analysis is an analysis of the training, learning and development needs of the staff, volunteers and trustees in an organization.”

It considers the skills, knowledge and behaviors of the people in the organization and how to develop them, both to deliver the organization’s strategic objectives and support the individual’s career progression.

“Identification of training requirements and the most cost effective means of meeting those requirements.”

The role of training analysis is to build a formal bridge between the available design data and the training media and training objectives, in order to facilitate the transfer of training elements into the operational environment.

Before conducting training, we closely measure or assess TNA to execute program successfully.