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How Ofsted inspects your curriculum
Ofsted's 'quality of education' measure puts your curriculum in the spotlight. Find out how inspectors will judge your intent, implementation and impact, and the evidence they'll draw on. Also see details of the updated transitional period.
- Transitional period until March 2022 at least
- Inspecting your curriculum in light of COVID-19
- Your curriculum should cover your approach to harmful sexual behaviour
- Other changes to curriculum inspection from September 2021
- 3 central concepts: 'intent, implementation and impact'
- How the 3-stage inspection process works
- What will come up in conversations about your curriculum
- How inspectors will collect other evidence
- In a nutshell: what’s an 'outstanding' quality of education?
- Recap: 6 myths about the process, busted
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