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Outstanding lesson in reception

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by sophie_b_87, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. I looked this up earlier as it seems to be a favourite question in interviews; most of the guidance mentioned- pace; all of the children being able to achieve; good use of questioning and teachers being excited about the learning as well as the children but this wasn't specific to early years so will be looking out for anyone who can add to this list!
     
  2. We have an ofsted type tick sheet with all the characteristics needed for different gradings and its a matter of jumping through the correct hoops. As an experienced teacher this is not that difficult, especially as the people watching know nothing about very small children! I think it is so subjective it varies so much from school to school that all we can do is try our best for the children
     

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