Ofsted data briefing: 16 out of 23 Free Schools improve to Good or Outstanding in latest round of inspections | philcopple

Monday, March 20, 2017

++ Free schools much more likely to improve to Outstanding than community schools ++
++ Across the country, free schools are significantly more likely to be Outstanding ++
 
Ofsted’s latest management information highlights the speed at which Free Schools are improving, with 16 out of the 23 free schools to be re-inspected achieving either a Good or Outstanding grade.
What’s more, free schools are considerably more likely to move from a Requires Improvement or Inadequate rating to Outstanding than community schools, with 17% making this leap in…

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