Research and analysis

Citizenship consolidated? A survey of citizenship in schools

Ofsted survey report evaluating the quality of citizenship education in primary and secondary schools.

Documents

Citizenship consolidated

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Citizenship consolidated

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Citizenship consolidated: report summary

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Citizenship consolidated: report summary

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Detail

This Ofsted survey report is based on evidence from inspections of citizenship between September 2009 and July 2012 in 126 maintained schools in England, including four special schools.

Inspectors observed 146 primary school lessons and 567 secondary school lessons, met with subject leaders and school leaders and interviewed just over 1,700 pupils and students.

Part A focuses on the strengths and weaknesses identified in the 32 primary schools and 94 secondary schools inspected during the survey. Part B provides specific examples of good practice in teaching and learning in citizenship.