Performance Appraisal :-


  • To ensure that students receive the benefit of an education system supported by employees who are performing their duties satisfactorily.
  • To provide a fair, effective and consistent employee evaluation tool.
  • To promote professional growth.
  • To assist in identifying and building upon employee strengths.
  • To serve as the basis for the improvement of instruction.
  • To develop remediation goals.
  • To address accountability and employee quality.
  • To support fair, valid and legal decisions for rehire, promotion or termination/ discontinuation.

Performance Appraisal process will include the following category of staff:

  • Class Teachers
  • Scholastic Subject Teachers
  • Co-Scholastic Full Time Teachers
  • Admin Staff
  • Service Staff

Procedure for Performance Appraisal: Teacher

Performance Appraisal for teachers is conducted to gain an annual insight of performance levels of the teaching staff. Insight: based on the parameters/student feedback / student performance analysis / Parent feedback / Peer Feedback.
Classroom Observations will be done to gain the insight of the teaching learning process and the level of subject competence.

Process for Classroom Observation:

Classroom session observation will be done for full period.

  • Observation will be done by Head, PTA, peers (for a healthy mix). Feedback of the lesson observation will be shared by the Unit Head.
  • Preferably the observation should be unplanned. However for new staff members, it will be planned if they are not comfortable.
  • Minimum two observations should be done by the Head, one in each term.
  • Head must be documented as evidence of feedback and communication.

Parent Feedback:

  • It is mandatory that every teacher invites a parent –PTA member to observe her / his lesson.
  • Observation will be for both Scholastic and Co-scholastic Teachers.
  • The period of the observation is mentioned in advance. It will be conducted in the month of December/ January.
  • PTA to sit and observe the whole lesson as much as possible along with the Head.
  • Parent to fill the feedback form on the same day of the observation in the office of Head.
  • Feedback for the lesson will be given more as an open feedback along the guidelines. An overall feedback on the teacher will be given based on few parameters. Parameters include an overview of the teacher in terms of competence, classroom management, time management, communication, approachability etc.
  • Parent feedback to be summarized by the head to the teacher.

Peer Feedback:

While peers may observe and give feedback, their appraisal is based on the relevant parameters which they are familiar and can rate their colleagues on.

Student feedback for scholastic subject teachers:

  • Online feedback from students of class IV to VIII (3 times a year) will be conducted.
  • Online feedback is taken from students on pre-determined parameters – written in simple language. They are given as numerical score. This is applicable for all class teachers, scholastic subject teachers and the Heads for the subject they teach.

Student feedback for Co-scholastic subject teachers:

  • 1. The online student feedback for Co-scholastic teachers will be done once in each term.

Final Appraisal Document:

The final compiled feedback will include feedback given by:

  • Self- (Appraisal Form, Self-Disclosure Form )
  • Head
  • Peer
  • Parent
  • Student – (Average of the feedback will be included)

The final compiled document of appraisal will be given to the employee before the Final Meeting with Head and Director/Manager.
For the Final Meeting the employee should carry two years analysis of the student feedback

Weightage / distribution for each feedback

Levels Parent Student Self Peer
Class 1-3 Narrative NA 30 10
4-12 Narrative 40 20 10

Head’s Role

  • Head to schedule and record the observations done with date and sign.
  • To keep the Vice Principal in the loop if any feedback sent by mail to the teachers.
  • To update the Manager/Director as and when a case calls for.
  • Head to share the observation feedback immediately after the class observation.
  • Student Feedback will be shared by the Head during Teacher-Leader Conference.
  • Feedback on the defined parameters will be filled by the Head in the Appraisal Form.
  • The first closure meeting takes place with the Heads where the performance is discussed with the employee.
  • This meeting is also an opportunity for the employee to clarify any doubts related to the performance feedback.

Director’s Role
Director will have a closure meeting with the teachers towards the end of academic year.

Time line

  • Student feedback – Online feedback will be conducted 3 times in a year (August, October and January).
  • Parent Observation and Feedback –December/ January.
  • Head for teaching observation and feedback – one in each Term.
  • Self, Peer, Head appraisal – January.
  • One on one meeting with Head & Director – Simultaneously in February, March after Head meets the appraisee.
  • Best teacher award selection – April.

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