School Self-Evaluation (S.S.E.)
School self-evaluation (SSE) is a collaborative, reflective process of internal school review. It provides teachers with a means of systematically looking at how they teach and how pupils learn and helps schools and teachers to improve outcomes for learners.
During school self-evaluation the principal, deputy principal
and teachers, under the direction of the board of management and patron,
and in consultation with parents and students, engage in reflective enquiry
on the work of the school.
School self-evaluation is vital for school improvement and development.
School self-evaluation enables schools:
• To take the initiative in improving the quality of education that they provide to their students
• To affirm and build on what is working well
• To identify areas in need of development and to decide on actions that should be taken to bring about improvements in those areas
• To report to the school community about the strengths in the work of the school and its priorities for improvement and development.
2019 -2020 SSE Reports and Targets
School Evaluation & Improvement PlanSSE and SIP PETNS 2019-2020
Attendance TargetsAttendance Targets 19 20
Literacy TargetsEnglish targets 19 - 20
Numeracy TargetsNumeracy targets 19-20
Gaeilge TargetsGaeilge targets 19-20
Parental Involvement TargetsParental Involvment targets 19 20
Partnership TargetsPartnership Targets 2019 - 2020
Our Self-Evaluation Report and School Improvement Plan Summary
Summary Focus for Powerstown ETNS for 2018-2019 school year
Attendance Targets for 2018/19
Parental Involvement Targets for 2018/19
Community & Partnership Targets for 2018/19
CurricularTargets for 2018/19