Peer Assessment Form

Peer Assessment

  • Arriving in time to start their shift promptly. Taking appropriate breaks, working up untill the end of their shift.
  • Completing assigned tasks. Assisting colleagues. Contributing ideas and activities. Aiding in cleaning and tidying.
  • Feeding back information to parents about their child's day. Being confident to discuss difficult situations with parents. Helping finding lost property. Confidently dealing with concerns and questions. Mark 1 - 4, 1 being excellent, 4 being very poor.
  • Having a conversation with children rather than only speaking to instruct. Listening to the children's opinion. Always being warm and welcoming. Seeking out interactions, for example noticing the children who are alone or bored and attempting to engage them.
  • Knowledge of procedures and policies. Competent completing paperwork. Good positioning within a room.
  • Competent knowledge. Confidence in following our procedures.