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Interview lessons: observation forms
See example forms for observing and evaluating lessons delivered by candidates for teaching posts, and see links to download our model lesson observation form.
Find out what to look for in interview lessons
Read our article that relays advice from our associate education experts on how to arrange interview lessons and what to look for in candidates.
Download our lesson observation forms
Use our lesson observation form based on the Ofsted framework to carry out lesson observations, including for EYFS lessons.
We also have a step-by-step guide to carrying out lesson observations with templates you can download and adapt.
See example lesson observation forms
Example from a school
Eyemouth High School in the Scottish Borders has resources supporting lesson observations published on its website. This includes a lesson feedback summary for observers to fill out after observing a lesson. The summary has space for the observer to note:
- Elements which were strongest
- Elements to focus on and develop
- Suggested activities to support development
The University of Reading Institute of Education has a primary
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