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Governors' role in monitoring the curriculum
Learn what Ofsted means by 'curriculum', how to know if yours is any good and how to challenge it to make it even better. See questions Ofsted might ask you and tips on how to think through your answers.
- Understand the role of the curriculum in the 'quality of education' judgement
- Remember that the National Curriculum hasn't changed
- Set up a committee
- Find out how the curriculum achieves your vision
- Ask for regular reports on the curriculum and challenge them
- Make sure the curriculum meets the needs of all pupils
- Monitor the 'connectedness' of the curriculum
- Be prepared for questions Ofsted might ask you about the curriculum
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