The School and Region Reviews (SRR) branch monitors and supports school performance and improvement through the administration of school reviews.
All Queensland state schools undergo a review at least once every 4 years, providing feedback and support tailored to each school’s unique needs and context.
The majority of schools are designated one of 2 types of review—either a school review, fully conducted by the SRR, or a school-led review co-conducted by the school and SRR.
A small number of schools may engage in a differentiated review type in consideration of their unique context – these reviews are conducted by the SRR in collaboration with the school community.
The SRR collates and analyses all school review findings for emerging trends and areas requiring greater focus, with
research shared with schools and the system more broadly.
The SRR also delivers
training for school leaders in the use of the
School Improvement Tool (SIT). Programs provide school leaders with a deep understanding of the 9 domains of the SIT, how these inform the school review process and how they can be used to drive their school’s improvement strategy.
State school principals who complete the training can nominate to become a peer
reviewer and participate in a school review.
contact the SRR for more information.