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Features of an 'outstanding' school: primary

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Last updated on 17 February 2017
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What has Ofsted said about primary schools rated 'outstanding'? In this article, we look at Ofsted reports from four 'outstanding' primary schools and summarise some of the inspectors' comments. We also link to another article with examples of 'outstanding' early years provision.

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  1. 1 ‘Outstanding’ maintained schools
  2. 2 An ‘outstanding’ academy
  3. 3 An ‘outstanding’ special school
  4. 4 ‘Outstanding’ EYFS provision
  5. 5 Developing from 'outstanding'

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