Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. We inspect services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. We also inspect and regulate.
Ofsted's new education inspection framework applies to maintained schools and academies, non-association independent schools, further education and skills providers and early years settings.
The framework for school inspection 8 September 2013, No. 120100 15. All schools covered by this framework have their own unique reference number (URN). Any institution with a URN that is inspected by Ofsted will receive an inspection report. Those schools that work in partnership with other schools.Ofsted's blog: What parents told us about homework. 21st March 2017 at 09:04. Share this. Between November and December last year we invited members of Ofsted’s Parent Panel to complete a short on-line survey about homework.Homework, she points out, has changed over the past 30 years. It is no longer the series of clearly defined exercises from text books that most parents remember.
Ofsted Framework. Overview; All resources; Filter by. With Ofsted introducing a new inspection framework, we would like to tell you a little more about how Oxford's KS3 resources can help in relation to the intent, implementation and impact of your curriculum.Read More
Category: Ofsted Framework Looking at curriculum intent. This week the leadership team at my school will be discussing the intent of the curriculum ready for the new OFSTED framework. We already have an idea of what we are providing for our children but now we need to make that vision more succinct.Read More
School inspection handbook September 2018 No. 150066 9 13. In conducting a risk assessment, Ofsted analyses: pupils’ academic achievement over time, taking account of both attainment and progress pupils’ attendance the outcomes of any inspections, such as survey inspections, carried out by.Read More
Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. Ofsted School Inspection Reports Inspection Report - July 2012.Read More
Changes to Ofsted Framework We’ve heard about the extreme lengths schools will go to in order to top league tables and Ofsted ratings, such as the culling of students who don’t perform to their predicted grades to skew their average score.Read More
Too many schools are giving students “scrappy worksheets” rather than library books to use for homework, with some not trusting children to return books the following day, the head of Ofsted.Read More
Egglescliffe is one of only 44 schools who retained their grading of “outstanding” under the new inspection framework from September 2012 to June 2013. This makes the school and sixth form very special. Please click the link below to view our latest Ofsted report.Read More
With Oxford resources you can always expect quality of education, but are you aware of all the ways we can support your staff in meeting the requirements of the new Ofsted framework? From learning walks to deep dives, we're here to help you demonstrate your curriculum’s intent, ensure it is properly implemented, and to measure your curriculum’s impact.Read More
Framework, so they can ensure their great work on communication also relates to Ofsted judgements. In this fact sheet, we set out where and how the Communication Commitment relates to the different areas of the Ofsted Framework. This can help you use your work on the Commitment as part of your evidence or data towards the Ofsted process.Read More
With the New Framework being launched a little earlier than the proposed September start date, coordinators will be clamouring to ensure that their various curriculums are up to standard when Ofsted arrive. Here are 3 things to remember when considering History within the New Framework.Read More