Adapted from 'Working Together on Workload' by the DfE
'Ofsted do not expect to see a particular frequency or quantity of work in pupils' books.'
'Ofsted will consider how feedback is used for learning but don’t need to see written records of oral feedback.'
'Teachers don’t need to give individual plans to inspectors and they don’t specify how planning should be set out.'
'Inspectors don’t require schools to predict pupil attainment or progress scores'
'Ofsted do not require extensive pupil tracking - schools should use information that supports their pupils learning and to inform parents'
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