Research and analysis

A curriculum for the most able through searching self evaluation

Ofsted good practice example showing how East Barnet School has used self evaluation to improve the curriculum for the most able students.



This good practice example shows how school leaders at East Barnet School have used self-evaluation to bring about improvements to the quality of the curriculum for the most able students.

It illustrates how teachers have been challenged to ensure that the experience students receive in lessons and the wider curriculum is securing high academic and personal outcomes. In doing so, it demonstrates how senior leaders exhibit some of the effective practice cited in the 2015 Ofsted report: ‘The most able students: an update of progress since June 2013’.

Published 30 September 2015