My school expects all plans to be uploaded to the shared teacher drive, so they can be accessed by anyone at any point. We also print off our plans and record on them any changes that were made to the lesson (a task I find quite difficult as often my lessons change a lot from the original plans!). Then, every half term, the SLT will go through the plans and the children's books and check all the lessons match up, literally checking the dates and the written tasks. If anything doesn't match up, or any days are missed, I will be questioned. Just wondering if this is normal practice for schools? I felt awful when I was told this because the thought of being checked up on like this makes me feel so nervous and twitchy. Thanks!