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How Ofsted inspects your curriculum
The new 'quality of education' measure puts your curriculum in the spotlight. Find out how inspectors will judge your intent, implementation and impact, the evidence they'll rely on, and what makes an 'outstanding' quality of education.
- A reminder about 'intent, implementation and impact'
- A 3-stage inspection process
- Sources of evidence include work scrutinies and lesson observations
- Grade descriptors – what's an 'outstanding' quality of education?
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