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2019 Ofsted inspection framework: what it means for your school

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Last updated on 18 December 2018
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Demystify what a 'broad and balanced curriculum' really means, find out what an Ofsted inspector will want to see, and figure out your curriculum's intent, implementation and impact with our prompts.

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Contents

  1. 1 A sharper focus on curriculum with the 'quality of education' measure
  2. 2 What is a 'broad and balanced curriculum'?
  3. 3 What you can do now
  4. 4 Assess your curriculum using Ofsted's curriculum quality indicators
  5. 5 Intent: what are you trying to achieve with your curriculum?
  6. 6 Implementation: how is your curriculum delivered?
  7. 7 Impact: what difference is your curriculum having on pupils?
  8. 8 Other expected changes to the framework

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