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How outstanding PSHE education contributes to 'Outstanding' Ofsted judgements

In 2013 Ofsted found a strong correlation between schools judged ‘outstanding’ in their most recent Ofsted Section 5 inspection and those judged outstanding for their PSHE education provision (‘Not Yet Good Enough’ – Ofsted 2013) .

To better understand this relationship we visited ten ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’ schools that have committed both curriculum time and resources to the provision of high quality PSHE education and believed that this had made a significant contribution to their successful Ofsted judgement. We are grateful to all the schools that took part.

Taken as a whole the series reveals some common elements of good practice, explored in the downloadable document below and summarised in this blog post by PSHE Association Subject Specialist, Nick Boddington.

 

Date uploaded: 17 Apr 2018


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