The following page provides a collection of SSE analysis tools and resources to help the process of School Self Evaluation.


PDST no longer provides analysis sheets for standardised tests. You should refer to the suppliers of these tests or to the providers of administrative software for schools in order to access such analysis tools.


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Webinar One

This webinar provides an overview of the SSE process and explores the first step of the process, Identifying Focus, in more detail.

Click here to access Webinar One.

Webinar Two

This webinar explores steps 2 - 4 of the School Self-Evaluation Process: Gathering evidence, analysing evidence and making judgements and writing and sharing the improvement plan.

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Webinar Three

This webinar explores steps 5 and 6 of the School Self-Evaluation Process: implementing, monitoring and evaluating the improvement plan.

Click here to access Webinar Three.

Click here to access resources related to this webinar. 

Webinar Four

This webinar explores SSE for the school year 2020/2021 

Click here to access Webinar Four.

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Taking Stock Slides 2020 Taking Stock Booklet 2020
Seminar Documents in Word Format
SCOT Analysis Visioning Exercise
Multi-year Planning Template SSE Report and Improvement Plan
Writing Assessment Prompt Storytelling Rubric
Useful Links and Resources 
SEN Self-reflection questionaire (Appendix 7) Plean Scoile Overview (March 2019)
PE Physical Literacy Assessmenty Tool Using Feidhm Teanga/ Language Function to assess Gaeilge
SSE and Physical Education  
Click here to access a Google Forms Tutorial 

Compiling evidence from questionnaires and surveys can be difficult and cumbersome when completed in paper form. Google Forms allows schools to develop these surveys online and send them via email to teachers, parents and children.  Google surveys can also be embedded into the school website (which means that schools can put the survey on their website or post a link to the survey on their website).  When all of the participants have completed the survey online, the results are automatically collated and displayed as graphs (depending on the information).   The video above shows how to use Google forms, step by step. 

(Note: To use Google Forms, you will have to sign up for a Google account)


Additional Resources: The following resources are examples of various evidence gathering tools. Schools should have a clear focus of what learning outcomes/ objectives they want to improve before they start looking for a tool with which to gather the evidence. Schools may not need to use any additional evidence gathering tools. They may have evidence all around them.