External School Review
The external school review is conducted by an independent external school reviewer who receives the school self-reflection report at least two weeks before the panel meeting and will organise a two-day visit to the school to conduct the external review.
A timetable is negotiated with the principal and the external school reviewer and includes meetings with the principal, the Church authority, the leadership team, staff, parents and students.
As part of this process, the Victorian Registration & Qualifications Authority (VRQA) Minimum Standards verification is also completed by the external school reviewer.
The reviewer critiques the performance data, evidence and any additional information gathered by the school relevant to their school Self-Reflection report, recommending refinements or further development to be considered in the formation of the ensuing School Improvement Plan (SIP). An external school review report is prepared and provides a basis for further dialogue and planning.
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