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Ofsted judgements: outstanding teaching

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Last updated on 24 Jan 2014
How many outstanding teachers does a school need to be judged outstanding? There is no set percentage of lessons that must be outstanding in order for the quality of teaching to be graded as ‘outstanding. Inspectors take more than just lessons into account when evaluating teaching.

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