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Last updated on 9 December 2019
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Read our guide to make sure you strike the balance between 'too much' and 'not enough' when you present performance data to the governing board.

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  1. Don't give them more than they need
  2. Give them the headlines
  3. Give them achievement summaries for specific groups
  4. Point out any trends
  5. Respect confidentiality
  6. Don't give them data related to formative assessment
  7. Present the data in a format that's easy to understand
  8. Agree the frequency of reports with your board

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