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Inspection of pupil progress

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Last updated on 6 October 2017
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How does Ofsted inspect progress? We refer to the School Inspection Handbook to explain how Ofsted will inspect progress and what evidence inspectors will use. You will also find advice from an Ofsted representative on 'strong' and 'substantial' progress.

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Contents

  1. 1 Evaluating pupil progress
  2. 2 Evidence used
  3. 3 'Strong and substantial' progress

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