Ofsted: The New Common Inspection Framework
DateWed, 23rd September, 2015
Time9:30 am - 3:30 pm
LocationSprowston Manor, Norwich
ABOUT THE COURSE
A new common inspection framework will be implemented from September 2015 across all settings including Early Years, FE settings and Academies. In practice this means that all settings will receive graded judgements against the same, following areas.
• Effectiveness of leadership and management
• Quality of teaching, learning and assessment
• Personal development, behaviour and welfare
• Outcomes for children and learners.
Ofsted will introduce shorter but more frequent inspections for good schools to ensure that good standards are being maintained.
Settings which have been judged as ‘good’ at their last inspection are likely to be re-inspected within three years.
This course will cover the expectations for the new framework, particularly the increased emphasis on safeguarding, the suitability of the curriculum, personal development, behaviour and welfare. There will be an increased focus on how the provision meets the needs of children who are disabled and those with special education needs.
£160 for 1 place, £300 for 2 places
Course name:Ofsted: The New Common Inspection Framework
Date:Wed, 23rd September, 2015
Time:9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location:Sprowston Manor, Norwich
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Mary Myatt is a lead inspector for Ofsted, an adviser, writer and trainer, who supports schools to think imaginatively about learners’ progress. A former LA adviser, she works in schools talking to students, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum.
Mary supports schools to understand the priorities for Ofsted inspections. She highlights where schools can address the most common areas for improvement and provides resources to move learning forward.
Mary Myatt works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She advises and inspects. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes.
Mary’s mantra: ‘Running schools for children, not for Ofsted’.
Her education blog has been described as ‘informative curtain-parting’