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updated on 14 May 2019
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Ofsted inspection is changing from September 2019: you've read the headlines, now find out what to do. Assess your curriculum's 'intent, implementation and impact' with our prompts, and know how inspectors will judge behaviour in your school.

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  1. A sharper focus on curriculum with the 'quality of education' measure
  2. What is a 'broad and balanced curriculum'?
  3. What you can do now about your curriculum 
  4. Assess your curriculum using Ofsted's curriculum quality indicators
  5. Intent: what are you trying to achieve with your curriculum?
  6. Implementation: how is your curriculum delivered?
  7. Impact: what difference is your curriculum having on pupils?
  8. 'Behaviour and attitudes' moves away from 'personal development'
  9. Other proposals: internal data ignored and longer section 8 inspections

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