Schools should ensure that all pupils achieve their best

20 Sep 2012

Ofsted has produced three reports that will help schools improve to be at least ‘good’ and ensure that all pupils achieve to the best of their ability.

The reports, Getting to good, The Pupil Premium and initial data from the forthcoming report Early entry to GCSE examinations were presented at a press briefing, where Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw talked about the importance of all children receiving a good education and the need for schools to focus on both ends of the ability and achievement spectrum.

He also set out how Ofsted’s new structure will support schools to get to good, or outstanding.

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