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Welcome to the NEW revised Naace Self-review Framework (SRF)

Looking for the previous version?

The previous version of the Naace SRF is still available for schools who are active users. If you are looking for the non-revised version then log into the Naace SRF at www.naacesrf.com.

Image credit: Morden Oddvik under Creative Commons LicenceNot used the SRF before or no longer have an account?

Then you are in the right place! Just click on the Register button and follow the steps to give your school instant access to the online tool. An annual subscription costs no more than £50 (plus VAT).

Not used the NEW revised Naace SRF?

The SRF has undergone significant revision and therefore the levels, evidence and actions you recorded in the previous version have not been carried over into the new version. You can however still access and use the previous version alongside the new version to inform your self-review of the revised SRF.

Renewing your account

If you are a current user of the SRF online tool and your account has expired your School Administrator must login to this site within 30 days of expiry and renew your subscription. Click on the Renew Account button to see the different options available. There's a video walk-through of the process here.

If your account is not renewed within 30 days of its expiry, then your data will have been archived for a limited time. Your School Administrator can still login and re-instate the account and its data for an additional fee or delete the account and all data associated with it (your data is automatically downloaded when this is done). If you wish to set-up a new school account (with no data) and so avoid the additional fee, your previous account must be deleted before you can do so.

Want further help?

You will find further information on the FAQs page, but if you have further questions or want to discuss your school's needs, you can contact Naace, either via this contact form.

More information on how schools have used the SRF can be found on the Naace website.