Alternative and/or complementary forms of assessment (including pupil self-assessment) have been explored and implemented to reflect alternative cognitive approaches to learning. Evidence may entail examples of assessment techniques designed to reflect wider aspects of cognitive development e.g. Learning Self Concept.
The school’s Principal and/or Head-teacher has made a formal commitment to cognitive education as a means of school improvement in terms of the school’s development plans (i.e. to staff, parents and governors). Printed evidence may take the form of printed documentation to this effect in literature made available to the wider community, and/or recorded reports to governors and parents e.g. in the school prospectus.