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									      SUBJECT REVIEW



          Art & Design


   Please attach any relevant performance data.
1. The Characteristics of the Subject

1a. What are the main characteristics of your subject?




1b. Please summarise briefly your subject’s distinctive aims and describe any special features.

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1c. Please outline specific contextual or other issues that act as aids or barriers to raising performance in your
subject.



1d. Please note any additional characteristics of your subject that you would particularly like to draw to the
attention of an Inspection team.




1e. Please outline briefly the main priorities in your development plan for the subject and how they reflect the
context in which you work.
2. Views on the subject of learners, parents/carers and other stakeholders.

2a. How do you gather the views on your subject of learners, parents/carers and other stakeholders, how often
do you do this and how do you ensure the impartiality of information?
2c. How do you share with parents/carers and other stakeholders the collated findings about their views on
your subject?




2d. Can you give examples of action you have taken based on the views of learners, parents/carers or other
stakeholders with an evaluation of the effectiveness of what you did?

This information is yet to be gathered.
3. Achievement and Standards in the Subject.

3a. What are learners’ achievement and standards in their work in the subject?




3b. On the basis of your evaluation what are your key priorities for development?




3c. Please enter grades. To guide judgement, please consult grade descriptions in the Guidance for Inspectors
of School.
    Learners’                          Outstanding           Good           Satisfactory        Inadequate
 achievement and         KS3
standards in their
   work in your          KS4
     subject.          Overall
4. Personal Development and well-being in the subject.

4a. To what extent do learners adopt healthy lifestyles in the subject?




4b. To what extent do learners feel safe and adopt safe practices in the subject?




4c. How much do learners enjoy their education in the subject?




4d. How well do learners make a positive contribution to the community in the subject?




4e. How well do learners prepare for their future economic well-being in the subject?




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4f. On the basis of your evaluation what are your key priorities for development?




4g. Please enter grades. To grade judgement, please consult grade descriptions in the Guidance for Inspectors
of Schools.
  Learners’ personal      Outstanding              Good               Satisfactory           Inadequate
development and well-
 being in the subject.
5. The quality of provision in the subject.
5a. How good is the quality of teaching and learning in the subject?




5b. How well do the curriculum and other activities in the subject meet the range of needs and interests of
learners?




5c. How well are learners guided and supported in the subject?




5d. On the basis of your evaluation what are your key priorities for development?




5e. Please enter grades. To guide judgement, please consult grade descriptions in the Guidance for Inspectors
of Schools.
                                      Outstanding            Good           Satisfactory        Inadequate
Quality of teaching & learning.

Quality of the curriculum & other
activities.
Quality of the care, guidance and
support for learners.
6. Leadership and Management of the subject.
6a. What is the overall effectiveness and efficiency of leadership and management of the subject?




6b. On the basis of your evaluation what are your key areas for development?




6c. Please enter grades. To guide judgement, please consult grade descriptions in the Guidance for Inspectors
of Schools.
   Effectiveness and      Outstanding               Good              Satisfactory           Inadequate
efficiency of leadership                                           /
 and management of
     the subject.
7. Overall effectiveness and efficiency of the subject.
7a. What is the overall effectiveness of the provision in the subject and its main strengths and weaknesses.




7b. What is the effectiveness of any steps taken to promote improvement in the subject since the last inspection
and as a result of your self-evaluation?




7c. What is the effectiveness of any steps taken to promote improvement in the subject since the last Inspection,
Curriculum Focus and your own self-evaluation?



7d. What is the capacity to make further improvement in the subject?




7e. How effective are the links with other organisations to promote the well-being of learners in the subject?




7f. What steps need to be taken to improve the provision in the subject further?

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7g. Please enter grades. To guide judgement, please consult grade descriptions in the Guidance for Inspectors
of Schools.
                                      Outstanding            Good           Satisfactory      Inadequate
 Overall effectiveness in the
 subject.
 Capacity to make further
 improvements.
 Improvement since the last
 inspection.
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8. Finance, Timetable, Accommodation, Staffing.

8a. Are there any specific finance issues you would like to bring to the attention of the SMT?




8b. Are there any specific timetabling issues you would like to bring to the attention of the SMT?




8c. Are there any specific accommodation issues you would like to bring to the attention of the SMT?




8d. Are there any specific staffing issues you would like to bring to the attention of the SMT?




Further comments.
8e. What further points would you like to make to the SMT?

								
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