Public School Review

Purpose

All Western Australian public schools are reviewed every three years by the Department of

Education’s Public School Accountability directorate. A review gives assurance to the local

community, the Minister for Education and Training and the Director General that a school is

operating effectively and delivering high quality education to its students. The review

acknowledges the achievements of the school and gives feedback to support the Principal and

staff with their improvement planning.

The Principal provides the review team with a self-assessment of the school’s performance based

on evidence gathered by the Principal and staff. Information validated by the review team is

considered before and during the school visit. This forms the basis for the school review report.

The report is provided to the Principal, the Chair of the School Board and the Regional

Executive Director.

Expectations of schools

For all Western Australian public schools, expectations are set out in either: the Delivery and

Performance Agreement, which is an agreement between the Department (represented by the

Director General), school (represented by the principal) and school board (represented by the

school board chair); or, the Principals’ Statement of Expectations and the Funding Agreement for

Schools.

School performance rating

This performance rating is based on information gained from the self-assessment submission and

the validation process. It is focused on a review of the following areas of school performance:

Relationships and Partnerships; Learning Environment; Leadership; Use of Resources; Teaching

Quality; and Student Achievement and Progress.

 

The school’s performance rating is: Effective

Please click here to read Willetton Primary School's report, 2019.