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We have recently had visit from OFSTED. The majority of our pupils made expected progress last year ie from 40-60 months to 6+ points on profile with a significant proportion making 'more than expected' progress in Linking sounds and letters and Reading (having a large percentage entering at below expected 30-60 months). Our grading for progress was 'satisfactory' because 'expected progress' is not sufficient and there needs to be a significant % of children that make 'more than expected progress' to get a 'good'. My head is working on the assumption that the significant percentage is about 28%. I'm very concerned about how our children are going to make 'good progress' when the goal posts have been moved and the new ELG are more like level 1 national curriculum. How can 'expected progress' be not good enough!!!

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