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Reimagining Lesson Observations

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By Mary Myatt

So Sir Michael Wilshaw has been in the news this week.  Whatever one thinks of the man, the underlying thread is a commentary on the extent to which schools are making a difference to the lives of the most disadvantaged. Nothing wrong with that.

But it is an understatment to say that the effect of Ofsted on behaviour and practice in some schools has become toxic. And yet it is very unlikely that Ofsted will go away.  £88bn of public money in one sector is always going to have some form of quality assurance around it. So the question is, how to remove some of the toxic effects?

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