Ofsted launches its Annual Report 2012 / 2013

13 December 2013

London has seen a rise in the quality of its schools again and overall inspection outcomes were the best in the country.

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Ofsted's Annual Report 2012 / 2013

London has seen a rise in the quality of its schools again and overall inspection outcomes were the best in the country, claims Ofsted in its recently launched Annual Review 2012 / 2013.

To read the full report including the rest of regions in England go here

If you are a teacher, you might find this article from The Guardian very useful as talks you through the 10 things teachers need to know about Ofsted's annual report.

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