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  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted statement on Norfolk inspection allegations

    HM Chief Inspector today (24 October) announced his intention, in the light of new evidence, to appoint an independent figure to review and assure the internal investigation carried out by Ofsted into alleged inspection irregularities in three Norfolk schools.

    The report, by Sir Robin Bosher, Ofsted’s Director of Quality and Training, was published on 23 September.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted announces new plans for inspection of children's home

    Inspection framework will put experiences of vulnerable children at the heart of how children's homes are inspected.

    Ofsted has today announced proposals for a tough new inspection framework to improve standards in children’s homes. The plans will put the experiences and outcomes of the most vulnerable children in our society at the heart of how homes are regulated and inspected.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted announces new plans for inspection of children's homes

    Inspection framework will put experiences of vulnerable children at the heart of how children's homes are inspected.

    Ofsted has today announced proposals for a tough new inspection framework to improve standards in children’s homes. The plans will put the experiences and outcomes of the most vulnerable children in our society at the heart of how homes are regulated and inspected.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Olympic legacy funds are helping primary school pupils, says inspectorate

    New funding for primary schools is improving children’s PE skills and participation in sport, a new Ofsted report says today.

    Ofsted undertook this survey of 22 schools previously identified as performing well in PE. It evaluates the effectiveness of the Primary PE and Sport Premium, which the government introduced to all primary schools in England in 2013 to build on the 2012 Olympic legacy. School leaders are able to choose how they spend their funding as long as it improves the quality and breadth of PE and sport.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted calls for prevention of child sexual exploitation to be given higher priority

    Local authorities have been too slow to face up to their responsibilities to prevent child sexual exploitation, according to an Ofsted report published today.

    In the first ever in-depth survey into how local authorities are dealing with the sexual exploitation of children, Ofsted finds that the risk of exploitation is still not well understood in many areas.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Transforming vocational education: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector calls for more employer involvement in shaping and delivering vocational education

    Sir Michael Wilshaw challenged employers to play a greater part in the provision of vocational education at a speech to the CBI in Cambridge today.

    Calling for a parity of esteem between traditional academic routes and vocational training, Sir Michael said: “We are at a watershed moment in the history of our education system. The economy is improving, jobs are more plentiful, and there is cross-party agreement on the need for more high-quality apprenticeships.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted calls for prevention of child sexual exploitation to be given higher priority

    Local authorities have been too slow to face up to their responsibilities to prevent child sexual exploitation, according to an Ofsted report published today.

    In the first ever in-depth survey into how local authorities are dealing with the sexual exploitation of children, Ofsted finds that the risk of exploitation is still not well understood in many areas.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Ofsted responds to the latest allegations of inspection irregularities in three Norfolk schools

    Yesterday (19 October), the Observer newspaper published further claims that schools run by Dame Rachel de Souza, chief executive of the Inspiration Trust, had been given advance notice of Ofsted inspection dates.

    Repeating allegations originally made in August, the newspaper published extracts from a number of emails that it claimed contradicted the findings of an internal investigation conducted by Sir Robin Bosher, Ofsted’s Director of Quality and Training, that was published on 23 September.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Transforming vocational education: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector calls for more employer involvement in shaping and delivering vocational education

    Sir Michael Wilshaw challenged employers to play a greater part in the provision of vocational education at a speech to the CBI in Cambridge today.

    Calling for a parity of esteem between traditional academic routes and vocational training, Sir Michael said: “We are at a watershed moment in the history of our education system. The economy is improving, jobs are more plentiful, and there is cross-party agreement on the need for more high-quality apprenticeships.

  • Ofsted News Feed: Olympic legacy funds are helping primary school pupils, says inspectorate

    New funding for primary schools is improving children’s PE skills and participation in sport, a new Ofsted report says today.

    Ofsted undertook this survey of 22 schools previously identified as performing well in PE. It evaluates the effectiveness of the Primary PE and Sport Premium, which the government introduced to all primary schools in England in 2013 to build on the 2012 Olympic legacy. School leaders are able to choose how they spend their funding as long as it improves the quality and breadth of PE and sport.

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