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Ofsted inspection: personal development, behaviour and welfare

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Last updated on 8 August 2016
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How does Ofsted evaluate behaviour? We look at the Ofsted framework and handbook, which explain how Ofsted evaluates the personal development, behaviour and welfare of pupils. We also refer to advice on whether governors are asked directly about their knowledge of bullying in the school.

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Contents

  1. 1 Evaluating personal development, behaviour and welfare
  2. 2 Separating’ behaviour’ and ‘personal development and welfare’ in the report
  3. 3 Questions about governors’ knowledge of bullying in the school

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