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Update: 1 December 2016
Update: 22 November 2016
Voice would like to see a supportive and positive, rather than punitive and negative, Ofsted that makes a constructive contribution to our schools.
Update: 7 July 2016
Update: 13 June 2016
Update: 7 June 2016
Update: 1 December 2015
Update: 13 July 2015
Update 15 June 2015
Update: 16 January 2015
Update: 10 December 2014
Update: 17 October 2014
“The purpose of this document is to confirm facts about the requirements of Ofsted and to dispel myths that can result in unnecessary workloads in schools. It should be read alongside the School inspection handbook.”
Update: 9 October 2014
Ofsted’s consultation: Better inspection for all – consultation on proposals for a new framework for the inspection of schools, further education and skills providers and registered early years settings
Update: 25 September 2014:
“Low-level disruptive behaviour in classrooms across the country is impeding children’s learning and damaging their life chances, according to an Ofsted report published today (25 September). The report finds that pupils are potentially losing up to an hour of learning each day in English schools because of low-level disruption in the classroom – the equivalent of 38 days of teaching lost per year.”
Do you agree? Do let us know your comments and experiences..