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Ofsted reports: sharing the final report with parents
Do we have to provide a paper copy of our Ofsted report to parents? This article includes guidance from an Ofsted spokesperson on sharing the inspection report with parents. You can also see examples of letters from schools explaining how parents can access a copy of the report.
- Guidance on sharing your Ofsted report with parents
- School website must point to the most recent Ofsted report
- Sharing Ofsted reports with parents: examples
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