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Know how to identify your high and low-ability pupils so you can make sure your curriculum meets the needs of all learners. Find out how to assess pupils in both core and foundation subjects, and what to tell Ofsted inspectors about your chosen method.

Your curriculum should meet all pupils' needs

Under the 2019 framework, Ofsted inspectors will want to see that your curriculum provides for all pupils. 

This means inspectors are likely look at the work of both your high and low-ability pupils (high and low attainers) to understand how you're supporting everyone to progress. Find out how you can identify these groups below. 

Get more detail on how Ofsted inspects your curriculum under the 2019 framework. 

It's up to you to decide how to identify these groups

As part of your approach, you'll need to decide if you'll include pupils with special educational needs

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