We all know that Ofsted expect all lessons to be outstanding. They have produced criteria against which lessons can be observed. However, are they possible to achieve?
In his ‘Where lesson observations go wrong’ David Didau explores the difficulties that can arise when observing teaching and learning. He offers some questions which, although governors are not making judgements, are useful for us to ask those who are.
Have you been into class to see the learning that is happening? What feedback would you give?