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Inspection Outcomes

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An official statistics release from the DfE and Ofsted on 22 March reveals provisional data for inspections completed between 1 September and 31 December 2016, and revised data for inspections completed last academic year, between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016.

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School Improvement

Oracy: Teaching the Spoken Word

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Last Friday, the Education Secretary addressed ASCL about her ambitions for the teaching profession and how to support teachers in a school-led system. A key aspect underpinning the topics covered in her speech was ‘teachers and leaders as the drivers of social mobility.’

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School Improvement

Reducing teacher workload

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Following on from the three reports addressing the challenge of teacher workload published in March 2016 (led by independent review groups on marking, data management, and lesson planning) the DfE published an action plan this week to set out what they are doing to meet the recommendations of the reports.

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School Improvement

More Able Pupils

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Improving outcomes for more able pupils, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, is high on the agenda for many schools. The starting position for improving outcomes for more able pupils is without doubt ensuring that you have an agreed definition in your school.

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School Improvement

The Sport Premium

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Several of the schools I work with have asked for advice on using the sports premium effectively. Indeed, measuring the impact of the funding appears to be high on the current inspection agenda.

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Safeguarding

Increase in child protection

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The government are currently consulting on the controversial new safeguarding bill which could devolve powers of child protection to individual local authorities, who could manage them as they see fit.

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