Guidance

Inspecting schools: note on the use of assessment information

Document and letter to schools outlining how inspection in 2014/15 and beyond will take account of the removal of national curriculum levels.

Documents

Note for inspectors: use of assessment information during inspections in 2014/15

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Note for inspectors: use of assessment information during inspections in 2014/15

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Letter to schools from HMCI: July 2014

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Letter to schools from HMCI: July 2014

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Detail

The letter also includes information about the outcome of the consultation on early school years and the sixth forms, the behaviour and safety of pupils, achieving a broad and balanced curriculum, the notice period for school inspections and the future of school inspection.