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 Ofsted produce a series of 'Good Practice' resources

 

These can be found on their website:  http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/resources/goodpractice .  

See some recommended selections below:

Primary Case Studies

 

~ Art and craft: Aston Fence Junior and Infant School

~ Curriculum: Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School

 

  
  
  
  
Good_practice_example_-_Babington_College.pdf
  
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Good_practice_example_-_Cranford_Community_College.pdf
  
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Good_practice_example_-_Holy_Family_Catholic_Primary_School.pdf
  
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Good_practice_example_-_Kingsmead_Primary_School.pdf
  
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Good_practice_example_-_Parkside_Community_Primary_School.pdf
  
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Good_practice_example_-_St_Edmund_s_Catholic_Primary_School.pdf
  
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Secondary Case Studies

 

~ Excellence in art: Durham Johnston Comprehensive School

~ High-quality alternative provision through creating a company: Hawkley Hall High School

~ Securing high-quality alternative provision in a rural area: John Masefield High School

~ Languages at the heart of the curriculum: Springfield Lower School

Work Related Learning Case Studies

 

~ Improving employability skills: The Bassetlaw Training Agency Limited

~ Outstanding support for disadvantaged learners: Roots and Shoots Limited

~ Collaborative curriculum design providing clear line of sight to work: Leeds City College

~ Learning from the best: Excellence in hospitality and catering at Exeter College

~ Engaging employers in designing a vocational curriculum: Bridgwater College

~ Good practice resource – Helping disabled young people achieve well through effective work-placement schemes: Whizz-Kidz

~ Good practice resource – Developing employability skills in a realistic environment: Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce,