BEP Peer Review Programme

One of the principal aims of BEP is to champion a culture of continual school-led improvement. The BEP Peer Review Programme enables schools to build strong, supportive and mutually beneficial relationships that deliver sustainable self-improvement.



  • The most rewarding aspect of the BEP Peer Review for Nelson Mandela School is the development of our networks and the inspiration we have found in the schools we have reviewed. The improvement workshops have been incredible. There have been some truly dynamic ideas shared and developed; leading to tangible change. It has been humbling to return to a school and see how far it has come since the previous review.

    Azita Zohhadi

    Headteacher at Nelson Mandela Primary School

  • The review process has provided staff with the best leadership professional development they could get and who have all gained valuable experience. The reviews have enabled all of our school within our cluster to focus on what we really need for the next part of our journey; giving leaders at all levels the confidence to engineer lasting change.

    Simon Franks

    Headteacher, Turves Green Boys School

  • We are in our second year of reviews. This review we looked at the quality of teaching in a couple of year groups and conducted a Pupil Premium review. The school felt that the review confirmed many aspects of its own monitoring which was very positive. The philosophy of our cluster is that the review must bring positive benefits and promote action in the focus school. 

    Tony Kenny

    Headteacher, St Dunstans Catholic Primary School


The BEP Peer Review Programme is now FREE for BEP Enhanced Members.

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BEP Enhanced Membership

Joining the BEP Peer Review includes: 

BEP Peer Review Costs