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After Ofsted inspection: sharing the outcome with governors
Can governors be told the provisional grade after an Ofsted inspection? We relay advice from Ofsted and one of our associate education experts, looking at whether governors are allowed to know the provisional outcome of an inspection, and how they might respond if they are not given this information.
- Attendees for the feedback meeting
- Provisional grades
- Sharing outcomes with governors who do not attend the feedback meeting
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