Research and analysis

Mathematics: inequalities in student experiences

Ofsted survey report looking at maths inspection evidence drawing attention to serious inequalities in the experiences and achievements of students.

Documents

Mathematics: made to measure

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Mathematics: made to measure

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Mathematics: made to measure - report summary

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Mathematics: made to measure - report summary

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Details

This Ofsted survey report is based predominantly on evidence from inspections of mathematics between January 2008 and July 2011 in maintained schools in England. Inspectors visited 160 primary and 160 secondary schools. They observed more than 470 primary and 1,200 secondary mathematics lessons.

The report is also informed by good practice visits to 11 primary schools, one secondary school and two sixth-form colleges.

This report calls on schools to take action to ensure that all pupils experience consistently good mathematics teaching.