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Ofsted inspection: personal development, behaviour and welfare

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Last updated on 7 April 2016
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How does Ofsted evaluate personal development, behaviour and welfare? We outline how inspectors reach judgements on the personal development, behaviour and welfare of pupils and what evidence they will consider. We also link to an article with the grade descriptors for the judgement.

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Contents

  1. 1 Graded judgement on personal development, behaviour and welfare
  2. 2 Evaluating personal development, behaviour and welfare
  3. 3 Sources of evidence
  4. 4 References to personal development, behaviour and welfare in other key judgements
  5. 5 Examples of ‘outstanding’ personal development, behaviour and welfare

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