Who are ESTYN?
Within Wales, all Educational Establishments are inspected by Her Majesty's Inspectorate ESTYN (an external, independent body), ensuring that standards of teaching and learning are maintained at a high level. The process of inspection is to explore, at depth, the various aspects of school life; all of which contribute to the education of Pupils in Wales.
How will ESTYN inspect the school?
ESTYN use a range of evidence bases including school documentation, listening to learner activities, surveys, lesson observations, looking at pupil work, walks of the school etc. to aid their judgements. All of these evidence bases are collated to provide ESTYN with an accurate picture of how a school is performing, and allow them to form an overall judgement on the performance of a school.
What aspects does ESTYN inspect?
ESTYN will look at 5 key areas, making a judgement on each one, following their inspection activities. These are:
What categories will ESTYN use to judge the school's performance?
ESTYN will use 4 different categories to make a final judgement on the performance of the school. These are:
What has ESTYN judged Trelewis Primary to be?
Below are the judgements for the 5 different areas inspected by ESTYN. A copy of the full report from the inspection can be found in the document at the bottom of this page.
|KQ2: Well-being and Attitudes to Learning||Good|
|KQ3: Teaching and Learning Experiences||Good|
|KQ4: Care, Support and Guidance||Excellent|
|KQ5: Leadership and Management||Excellent|
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