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Ofsted inspection: how aspect grades affect the overall judgement

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Last updated on 12 Feb 2014
Can Ofsted give different grades for each aspect? We explain that schools do not have to be given the same grades for each area of inspection. We refer to Ofsted's school inspection handbook and inspection framework and look at schools that have been given different grades in different areas.

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