GB access to draft report; Ofsted clarifies what matters | governingmatters

At the end of an Ofsted inspection the provisional grade is revealed at a feedback meeting. The draft report is sent to the school so that any factual errors may be rectified before the final report is issued. There have been instances where attendance at the feedback meeting has been restricted and other instances where the provisional grade was revealed to only those governors who were present at the feedback meeting. Many of us, including Shena Lewington, had been asking Ofsted to clarify that all governors can attend the feedback meeting, know the provisional grade and have access to the…

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