Delamere Forest School Inspection Report

By Enid Korn

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2011

Inspectors observed many aspects of the school's work, including the curriculum planning, students' work, records of students, the assessment systems, Jewish studies policies, the school development plan, governors' minutes and the school prospectus. Inspectors looked at the questionnaire responses from eight parents and from students and staff. The inspection team reviewed many aspects of the school's work. It looked in detail at the following: (1) students' progress and whether there are any differences in progress between the different ability groups, (2) the quality of the teaching, and (3) the leadership of the school.

Topic: Curriculum, Management and Administration, Schools, Education, Judaic Studies, Program Evaluation, Leadership, Planning, Jewish Studies, Students

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Coverage: Manchester, England

Language: English

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