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Curriculum, teaching and learning audit

As part of an initiative to improve student learning in Queensland state schools, Teaching and Learning Audits are conducted in every Queensland state school to provide quality feedback on how the school is performing and to inform school planning processes.

The audits are usually carried out every four years or following the appointment of a new school principal.

During the audit, an independent, experienced school principal visits the school to collect a range of data and information about school practices, programs and procedures in the area of teaching and learning.

Following the audit, schools will be provided with an Executive Summary that identifies the areas that have improved since the last audit; the areas of practice that should be commended and affirmed; as well as recommending to the school the key issues that need to be considered in future planning processes.

An eight page profile will also be provided at the completion of the audit process. It will identify the specific criteria across the four ratings within each of the eight dimensions that are evident within the school.

Please see the Parents and Carers Fact sheet for more information.