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Presenting evidence of 'outstanding' teaching to Ofsted
How can we present evidence on the quality of teaching to Ofsted? We explain that Ofsted does not require schools to prepare additional evidence to that it already gathers. We also relay advice from two of our experts on how schools may choose to gather information on the quality of teaching.
- Ofsted does not specify how to present evidence
- Evidence inspectors use to judge the quality of teaching
- Presenting evidence on the quality of teaching: expert advice
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