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Presenting data to Ofsted

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Last updated on 28 April 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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How can we present key pupil data to inspectors? One of our associate education experts explains how schools can present pupil performance data succinctly. This article also looks at how schools present pupil data, and at Ofsted's guidance on using data in inspections.

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  1. 1 Acceptable data for inspection
  2. 2 No format requirement
  3. 3 Focus
  4. 4 Target-setting and assessment data
  5. 5 Primary schools: examples
  6. 6 Secondary schools: examples

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