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Ofsted’s New Good and Outstanding Risk Assessment Machine

If you’ve ever wondered whether the Big Brother of accountability is watching you; it is now.  Ofsted has always carried out risk assessments within schools using pre-determined thresholds.  It now has a new computerised algorithm to help it identify which good and outstanding schools it should be zooming in on. Continue reading

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Significant Change to Progress 8 for 2018; Outliers are Out

In January 2018, the Department for Education released their latest update on Secondary School Accountability measures.  It seems a number of people missed the significant change to Progress 8 that a number of groups, including Headteachers’ Roundtable, had been calling for.  Continue reading

Let’s Go Big or Go Home: Laying the Foundations of Workload Reform

Workload reduction isn’t one thing; it’s different things to different people.  Planning, marking, data and making resources could be a burden or a core part of their professional work; it may vary depending on the level of collaboration and extent of autonomy allowed. Continue reading

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