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Outstanding behaviour and safety

Discussion in 'Ofsted inspections' started by robby64, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. Difficult to know what to suggest if the reason for the grade 2 wasn't spelled out with reference to the handbook criteria. However, if there is bad behaviour occasionally and perhaps in lessons pupils might have been passive etc. then that is consistent with a grade 2.
    For grade 1, the criteria mentions such things as 'almost always impeccable', 'highly consistent', 'attitudes to learning are exemplary' .
  2. I don't think it was the lessons - they complimented us on the pupil's attitude to learning and didn't experience any bad behaviour in lessons at all.
    TBH on reflection I think it was purely down to the fact that the no of exclusions went up a bit last year. (Which is actually down to two students who came to us on a managed move, the first time we have ever had anyone on a managed move). The data didn't 100% support the 1 so they couldn't give it to us - I just find it fraustrating that they couldn't just say that!

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