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Implications for maintained schools judged to be 'inadequate'

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Last updated on 25 August 2016
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What happens when a maintained school is judged 'inadequate'? In this article, we set out the implications for a maintained school that is judged to be 'inadequate' by Ofsted inspectors. This includes a new duty to issue an academy order to a school judged inadequate.

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Contents

  1. 1 Schools judged to be 'inadequate': definition
  2. 2 Publishing the inspection report when a school causes concern
  3. 3 Academy orders for maintained schools judged to be 'inadequate'
  4. 4 LAs: powers of intervention
  5. 5 How long are schools normally in special measures?

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