'Too much teaching inconsistent' - Estyn
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'Too much inconsistent teaching', says education watchdog

Schools in Wales have too much inconsistent teaching, the chief inspector at Estyn has said.

Teaching was "good" or "better" in only a minority of secondary schools inspected this year, according to the education watchdog's annual report.

It was the "weakest aspect" of provision across most areas of education in Wales, Meilyr Rowlands said.

  • 24 Jan 2017
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