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Effective monitoring by the governors

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Last updated on 19 April 2017
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How should governing boards carry out their monitoring role? We look at the way Ofsted inspectors will evaluate how governors monitor their schools. Two of our experts relay further guidance on effective monitoring. You can also download our guide to school improvement planning from this article.

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Contents

  1. 1 Importance of effective monitoring
  2. 2 Tracking progress towards targets
  3. 3 Pupil progress and the curriculum
  4. 4 School improvement plan and strategy
  5. 5 Compliance
  6. 6 Sources of information for governors
  7. 7 Schedules of monitoring
  8. 8 Case studies

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