Knowing what Ofsted wants governors to do matters

Governing Matters

For the last few months I have been reading Ofsted reports. I, in fact, am so fond of reading these that I have email alerts set up for new reports! My main interest in these reports is in the judgement about governance. I have written about this previously where I discussed what lessons we could learn from these reports. One report which interested me recently was the inspection report for CET Primary School, Westminster. This is a school which has been judged as requiring improvement. The Report states the following about governance.

The governing body is a small group of highly skilled members who bring with them a range of experience. The governors have regular contact with school leaders, and are the driving force in establishing the school in its current premises. They have appointed an experienced executive headteacher to lead the development of the school as it moves…

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