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Outstanding schools: continuing to develop

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Last updated on 4 January 2017
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How is governance in outstanding schools different? We explain that governance in outstanding schools is fundamentally the same as in other schools. Three of our associate education experts advise on how an 'outstanding' school can sustain, improve and share its practice.

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Contents

  1. 1 How is governance in outstanding schools different?
  2. 2 Sustaining performance, improving practice and sharing knowledge
  3. 3 Leadership capacity and succession planning
  4. 4 KeyDoc: awards and accreditations
  5. 5 Taking a whole education approach
  6. 6 Tracking evidence of continuing excellence
  7. 7 Sharing good practice: becoming a teaching school
  8. 8 Sharing good practice: supporting other schools directly

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