Full school review
Full school reviews (PDF, 534KB) are the default review type. They are for schools not designated for a self-determined or priority support review.
For a quick overview of what is involved in a full school review, watch the
Inside a school review video.
Priority support review
The Education Improvement Branch (EIB) conducts a number of
priority support reviews (PDF, 505KB) each year.
They are for schools that have been identified as needing extra support to further improve student learning outcomes.
Priority support reviews are an acknowledgment of the diversity of Queensland schools and educators. They reflect a commitment to supporting every student to reach their full potential.
Priority support reviews are conducted in the same way as the EIB's other reviews, except for two distinctions:
- The reviews are led by the EIB's more experienced reviewers.
- The EIB and the region continue to support the school for 12 months after the review.
For more information, watch
Priority support reviews—an overview or some of the videos to the right.
Each year, a handful of Queensland state schools undertake a
self-determined review (PDF, 719KB).
Self-determined reviews are for schools identified as having a trajectory of sustained improvement.
They are given the autonomy to organise a review specific to their needs. This includes selecting reviewers (which may be EIB reviewers, or independent consultants).
See the links to the right for some video examples of self-determined reviews.