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All Queensland state schools receive a review every four years.
The reviews are conducted by experienced school principals trained and appointed by the School Improvement Unit.
Reviewers look at a school's performance data and other information, and talk with a range of school community members including staff, parents and students.
At the completion of each review, the school is given a report that details key findings and improvement strategies for the school to consider further.
The school shares the findings with their school community and publishes the executive summary on its website.
Generally, reviews are scheduled in the year a school is due to complete its four-year strategic plan.

Review schedule

About a quarter of Queensland state schools are reviewed every year.
Please view the review schedule​ for the list of schools scheduled for review this year.​​​

 Key documents


 Inside a school review

Last updated
28 March 2017