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Progressing teaching from 'good' to 'outstanding': special schools

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Last updated on 31 March 2017
School types: Special · School phases: All
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How can a special school progress teaching from 'good' to 'outstanding'? We relay advice from two 'outstanding' special schools and one of our associate education experts. We also look at Ofsted inspection reports containing advice to improve teaching from 'good' to 'outstanding'.

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Contents

  1. 1 Advice from an 'outstanding' special school
  2. 2 Suggested areas of focus
  3. 3 Case study: improving the quality of teaching
  4. 4 Ofsted: ‘outstanding’ teaching in a special school

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