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Features of 'outstanding' teaching: case studies and examples

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Last updated on 18 January 2017
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Are there examples of schools with 'outstanding' teaching? We look at a case study of a teaching school, focusing on how it ensures consistency via its teacher development programme. We also relay examples of inspection reports from 'outstanding' schools with comments on certain aspects of teaching.

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  1. 1 Case study from a teaching school: ensuring teaching is consistent
  2. 2 Features of teaching in schools rated ‘outstanding’
  3. 3 Case studies from Ofsted: ‘outstanding’ teaching in different subjects

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