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Governors' use of data
How can governors use data to support them in their role? We link to guidance from the DfE, Ofsted, and our associate education experts on the uses of data. We also look at how to use data to spot potential issues early on, and whether governors should be given named pupil data.
- Governors must have access to data
- National data sources
- Using the school's own data
- Interrogating data
- Protecting personal information in reports
- Governors and data: what does Ofsted look for?
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