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Maintained schools in special measures: action plans

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Last updated on 7 July 2017
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What plans are in place when a school is put in special measures? We relay guidance from Ofsted on what plans need to be amended and drawn up under these circumstances. We also include advice from two experts on how a school can work with its LA to monitor the plans.

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Contents

  1. 1 Schools in special measures: which plans are in place?
  2. 2 The statement of action should complement the school's
  3. 3 Who monitors the LA's statement of action?
  4. 4 Example of an LA statement of action

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