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Presenting personal development, behaviour and welfare data to Ofsted

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Last updated on 5 September 2016
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How should we present behaviour and welfare information to Ofsted? There is no designated way to present this information. We relay the data Ofsted expects schools to collate for inspectors, and two of our associate education experts suggest some possible sources of evidence schools could use.

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  1. 1 No specific way to present the data 
  2. 2 What information do Ofsted inspectors expect to see?
  3. 3 Possible sources of documentary evidence about behaviour

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