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Teaching needs to be consistently ‘good’ in order to progress
It’s not enough to just teach 1 ‘outstanding’ lesson.
‘Securely and consistently’ meet the ‘good’ criteria Meet the additional ‘outstanding’ criteria. For the quality of education judgement, these are: Everyone knows your curriculum intent (what you're teaching pupils and why you're teaching them that) and how it's being implemented, including what it means for them Across all parts of the school, series of lessons contribute well to delivering the curriculum intent The curriculum, schemes of work, lessons and work given to pupils are coherently sequenced and planned so that pupils know more, can do more, and remember more Pupils' work across the curriculum is consistently of a high