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self-evaluation and improvement.
Explore a suite of digital resources for our future improvement frameworks. These resources are designed to support practitioners in the process of self-evaluation and provide access to quality improvement tools.
How good is our early learning and childcare?
In August 2016, How good is our early learning and childcare? fully replaced the Child at the Centre as the self-evaluation framework for early learning and childcare. It supports improvement in all types of early learning and childcare settings, including nursery schools and classes, standalone centres, and childminding provision for children aged 0 to school age.
How good is our school?Use effective self-evaluation as the starting point for school improvement.
How good is our third sector organisation?A self-evaluation resource to support the third sector in evaluating their performance and to identify priorities.
How good is the learning and development in our community? This refreshed self-evaluation resource will support the community learning and development sector to better self-evaluate for improvement.
How good is our culture and sport? 2 This framework will support self-evaluation within the sports and culture sectors across Scotland.
External quality arrangements for Scotland's collegesQuality indicators that support staff in colleges to undertake self-evaluation.
How good is our college?
This framework reflects the changed landscape in which colleges are working.
This resource is aimed at empowering transformational change and leadership at all levels.
Planning for and evaluating creativity
This resource is a set of tools to help educators and learners plan for creativity, identify creativity skills and reflect on their learning.