The aim of the triangulating evidence document is to provide a concise summary of strengths and areas for development for one particular teacher or year group. Subject leaders should draw upon the wide range of recent monitoring, including lesson observation, book scrutiny, learning walk and pupil voice, to prioritise next steps for the individual. It is recommended that this form be completed once per term and targets be followed up, as appropriate. An example is also provided.
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