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Research and analysis

A lesson in school improvement

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Jubilee Park ensures pupils progress from low starting points.

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Jubilee Park Primary School - good practice example.doc

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Pupils make rapid progress from very low starting points at Jubilee Park School and they leave well prepared for the next stage in their education. A rapid and relentless drive to strengthen leadership, teaching and learning has been central to this improvement. In particular, innovative performance management has raised expectations and high-quality practitioners have been appointed, coached and retained.This is one of 12 case studies about the schools featured in the report Getting to good, published by Ofsted in September 2012.