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Questions to ask about the curriculum

Examples of questions governors and trustees might ask about curriculum strengths and areas for development.

Pupils-learning about electricity and circuits

The following are examples of the type of questions that governors and trustees might ask about the curriculum in full governing board meetings, committee meetings or on monitoring visits (as appropriate). 

Consider how you might use these examples to construct your own questions, specific to your context and the issue you are discussing.

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