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Ofsted lesson evaluations

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updated on 14 July 2016
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How do inspectors assess individual lessons? We outline guidance from Ofsted explaining that inspectors do not grade individual lessons or expect a particular type of planning or marking. We also set out what inspectors will look for when they visit lessons and what evidence they will gather.

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Contents

  1. 1 Inspectors do not grade individual lessons
  2. 2 Observing teaching, learning and assessment

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