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Ofsted, Blog, Teacher Wellbeing

Ofsted's Impact on Student and Teacher Wellbeing
By Bethany Spencer on February 15, 2019

The stress and pressure teachers are under has long been at the forefront of most peoples’ minds in education. For years now teachers have been subjected to excruciatingly long working...

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Ofsted framework, Bullying, Ofsted, Student Wellbeing

Ofsted’s Framework that Reflects the Role of a Teacher
By Bethany Spencer on January 17, 2019

Teachers join the profession with the understanding that they’re going to do much more than simply teach. It’s now expected that teachers double as confidants, carers, safeguarders and...

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Ofsted, Blog, School Management

How to Make Your School Outstanding Inline with Ofsted
By Bethany Spencer on May 10, 2017

There’s a lot at stake in a school‭. ‬Especially at this time‭, ‬when teachers have never been under more pressure and half the workforce‭ ‬are considering leaving the profession...

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Pupil premium, SLT, Ofsted, Blog, guide, raising standards, disadvantaged pupil budget, budget cuts, budget, SLT Resources

How To Manage The Disadvantaged Student Budget
By Bethany Spencer on May 4, 2017

If you are reading this, ‬you are probably in charge of or involved with the Disadvantaged Student‭ (‬DS‭) ‬Budget at your school‭, ‬formerly the Pupil Premium budge up until the end of...

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Self-Assessment, teaching method, Lesson Observation, Ofsted, Blog

A Different Take on Lesson Observations
By Louise Raw on April 3, 2014

How useful and important do you find feedback? What do you do when taking it into consideration?

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