To assist schools with costs associated with the school review program.
The Department of Education regularly reviews Queensland state schools to ensure they're delivering a quality education to students.
All Queensland state schools have a review at least every four years.
There are three types of school reviews:
State Schools (including IPS, Special and OEEC).
School Principals in the peer reviewer roles: All Queensland state school principals are invited to be trained as peer reviewers and will be offered a chance to participate in a school review. Principals from Band 5, 6 and 7 schools working as peer reviewers are able to receive assistance with TRS to participate in reviews. Current TRS Rate x Number of Days for the review.
Self-determined reviews: Funding, to a maximum of $4650, is available towards the cost of a self-determined review.
Payments are made on receipt of a claim form and will be made in the next available monthly payment to schools.
|Data item||Data source||Due date|
|Claim form||Principal||As required|
|Number of days for review||SIU||As required|
|TRS rate||School based salaries||Every semester|
Schools may claim funds by completing a claim form (available from the SIU) and returning by email to the School Improvement Unit at SIU.firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, please refer to the school reviews website or the contact number below.
School Improvement Unit
Telephone: 07 3032 2209
This page was last reviewed on 21 Mar 2018