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The Education (Independent School Standards) Regulations 2014

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3.  The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that the teaching at the school—

(a)enables pupils to acquire new knowledge and make good progress according to their ability so that they increase their understanding and develop their skills in the subjects taught;

(b)fosters in pupils self-motivation, the application of intellectual, physical and creative effort, interest in their work and the ability to think and learn for themselves;

(c)involves well planned lessons and effective teaching methods, activities and management of class time;

(d)shows a good understanding of the aptitudes, needs and prior attainments of the pupils, and ensures that these are taken into account in the planning of lessons;

(e)demonstrates good knowledge and understanding of the subject matter being taught;

(f)utilises effectively classroom resources of a good quality, quantity and range;

(g)demonstrates that a framework is in place to assess pupils’ work regularly and thoroughly and use information from that assessment to plan teaching so that pupils can progress;

(h)utilises effective strategies for managing behaviour and encouraging pupils to act responsibly;

(i)does not undermine the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; and

(j)does not discriminate against pupils contrary to Part 6 of the 2010 Act(1).

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Part 6 relates to education and consists of two Chapters. Chapter 1 relates to schools and Chapter 2 to further and higher education.

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