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Developing teaching from 'requires improvement' to 'good': case studies and examples

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Last updated on 31 March 2017
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Are there examples of schools that have progressed their teaching to 'good'? We look at case studies showing how teaching school alliances have supported schools to develop their teaching from 'requires improvement'. We also link to Ofsted reports from schools that have done this.

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  1. 1 Case study: using CPD to improve teaching
  2. 2 Case study: strategies to develop teaching
  3. 3 Case study: using SIPs and other strategies to develop teaching
  4. 4 Primary schools that have improved their teaching
  5. 5 Secondary schools that have improved their teaching
  6. 6 Special school that has improved its teaching
  7. 7 PRU that has improved its teaching

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