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Ofsted criticises 3 year GCSE.

Ofsted criticises 3 year GCSE.

Ofsted has criticised a school for running three-year GCSEs and having too few pupils taking the English Baccalaureate as the first wave of reports under the new inspection framework are published.

The framework, which came into force last month, includes an overall quality of education judgement which Ofsted has said will place emphasis on the “substance of education” rather than performance data.

Boldon School in Tyne and Wear was rated ‘good’ after its Ofsted inspection in September, including in its ‘quality of education’ judgement, having previously been rated ‘requires improvement’.

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