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Periodic Review

Periodic Review (PR) is the process by which Schools undertake a broad review of all their programmes, evaluate their strategic direction and reflect upon the experiences of their students. It takes place every five years and is an opportunity for broad thinking about the student experience as well as a point at which Schools, in the context of College plans, review the continuing standards, validity and relevance of their programmes. Supported by a Review Team and with input from students, staff and external peers, Periodic Review captures a moment-in-time image of a School and is also an enabling process which will help Schools develop their provision and set their direction for the future.

On this page you can find further information about the process and the documentation necessary to complete a review. For further information please contact the Officers in Registry and Academic Services listed at the bottom of the page.

Guidance and Documentation


PR1 – Guidance on operation of Periodic Review
PR2 – Guidance on areas of focus
PR3 – SER template
PR4 – Action plan template
PR5 – Guidance on judgements
PR6 – Review team report template
PR7 – Guidance on appointment of Critical Friend
PR8 – Guidance on appointment of external team member
PR9 – Schedule template for initial visit to school

Contact:

Queries regarding the Periodic Review process should be addressed to:

Karen Moore
Registry Officer,
Registry and Academic Services

Email: MooreKT@cardiff.ac.uk

Dr Nathan Roberts
Curriculum Design Manager,
Registry and Academic Services

Email: RobertsN1@cardiff.ac.uk


Page last updated: 25 November 2013