Hi, I work in a 2-form entry school. Is there a criteria somewhere (perhaps Ofsted) that outlines the "rules" for year groups with more than one class? For example, is it essential that all objectives are exactly the same for all lessons, just the teaching is different? I'm asking because myself and my year group partner vary on opinion a lot, but this is all nice and friendly. So for example in literacy for information texts I recently did the unit building up to writing a information leaflet about the town the school is in (all planned/NC linked etc.) and the parallel teacher did what the Hamilton plans said to do (info about bugs and insects). This was allowed by the SMT but is it actually ok? I'm not doubting them, but we had very different outcomes in term sof work, but the objectives were similar in most cases. What do you think?