In my previous lesson observations, the main thing that has prevented me from getting an outstanding is feedback during the lesson. I endeavour to do this but it is so hard to do this with a class of 32! Here are the things I have in place and do to address this: Ongoing questioning etc Mini-plenaries TA works and gives instant feedback to group and so does LSA I work with a group who either didn't get something yesterday or the ones who have remained behind as they aren't too sure yet what I've just taught. After I've set that group off to task, I then go round and prioritise children being independent but I know can sometimes get the wrong end of the stick! Despite my best efforts in every lesson since the last observation, there is always someone who sneaks through, gives off the impression that they know what they're doing and I've missed them! We get to the end of the lesson which is too late! For an outstanding, ALL children have to be making exceptional progress in that lesson. I don't want to be making excuses about the class size and the practicalities, but do colleagues have any great ideas how to stop the one or two getting through and past me?? Thanks in advance.