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Ofsted inspections of primary schools
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An example of the work completed by a pupil at Parklands Leeds Primary School. Of course, all Ofsted inspections are different so that won’t be the same for everyone, but they looked at ours intently. Why Ofsted loved our books. This is an easy one. Every single book showed three things: consistency; sensible marking; progression. For many teachers across the UK, the term ‘Ofsted’ is met with mixed reactions. Otherwise known as the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, Ofsted has the ability to provoke feelings of anxiety for educators, and the authority to paint schools in a negative or positive light.. When an Ofsted inspector visits a school, they’ll be assigned to either one or a.
A large proportion of those are primary schools. If you’re reading this and work in a primary, junior, infant or lower middle school, you should be aware that the new EIF includes a reading deep dive. The reading deep dive is a mandatory part of the new inspections in these schools. If you’ve already read the previous blog posts in our series to help you prepare for the new Ofsted Education Inspection Framework, you’ll know that how well pupils are taught to read will be prioritised as a main inspection activity in Primary schools from September But what does the Framework specifically say about phonics? We’ve taken a closer look and pulled out five key things.
In our previous article, we took a look at what Ofsted’s inspections under the new Inspection Framework will look like from September In this article, we will look at our summary of Ofsted’s research about the “Deep Dives” to see what Ofsted may be looking for. As well as Ofsted inspections, Church Schools are inspected under the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) framework. The SIAMS inspection makes a judgement on how distinctive and effective church schools are by evaluating: how far the school, through its distinctive Christian character, meets the needs of all learners;.
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This handbook is primarily a guide for Ofsted inspectors on how to carry out inspections of maintained schools and academies under section 5 of the Education Act Danny Cuttell, Head of Extended Curriculum at Pearson, takes a look at feedback from the first Ofsted inspections.
The new Ofsted Inspection Framework is over a month old and we’re already starting to see middle leaders, Heads and MAT Directors share their experiences of the new-style inspection. schools with significantstrengths to schools in which there are significantweaknesses.
Our evaluation work in schools is designed Ofsted inspections of primary schools book evaluate key aspects of the work of the school and to promote school improvement.
This guide sets out how we conduct inspections in primary schools and is effective from 01 September Ofsted are asking the question: “Who is leading primary languages in primary schools?” What are Ofsted looking for in primary languages.
Ofsted definition of curriculum: intent, implementation, impact (framework, support, progress) i.e. having clear intnetions of where the curriculum is going to achieve the desired progress.
The primary curriculum is once again in the Ofsted spotlight so here we synthesise what you should be aware of with regard to the Ofsted maths requirements. The bedding in of the new primary maths curriculum and the maths mastery approach to teaching has been followed up by a strong curriculum focus from Ofsted looking across all subjects.
School inspection handbook September No. 3 standards, but this should be the information that the school uses routinely and not additional evidence generated for inspection.
Ofsted does not require schools to provide evidence for each teacher for each of the bulleted sub-headings in the teachers’ standards.1 Ofsted does not expect to see photographic evidence of pupil’s work.
19 more schools will become academies (Image: PA Wire/PA Images) Ofsted rating: Good. Although Holy Family Catholic Primary School achieved a good rating during a short inspection, the inspector noted that the school could be moving towards becoming outstanding.
Schools that require improvement are normally inspected within 30 months of the latest inspection report. They may also receive monitoring visits. We can also inspect at any time if we have concerns.
We normally give notice the afternoon of the working day before an inspection. We can also inspect schools. Documents relating to Ofsted's inspections of maintained schools and academies. Published 2 December Last updated 17 January — see all updates. From: Ofsted. The list below includes the state-funded primary schools in Torbay along with their Ofsted rating and the date when they were last inspected.
Our list was last updated in April. Ofsted is considering a new approach to book scrutiny, in which off-site inspectors will look at scanned versions of pupils’ books. The watchdog’s chief inspection Amanda Spielman gave a speech at the fifth annual national conference of ResearchED today, in which she explained areas of development she will be focusing on in the coming months.
Ofsted’s key messages for primary schools. Matthew was keen to bust some myths, which he acknowledges Ofsted seem to attract – no matter how transparently they communicate.
The following are the top headlines from our conversation, aimed to guide and reassure primary. The best schools. Enfield is fortunate to be home to an incredible 21 schools that have been rated as "outstanding" by Ofsted - so parents have lots of brilliant schools to choose from for their kids.
These are all of the schools that can feel rightly proud of being given the best possible rating: Ark John Keats Academy. Bowes Primary School. Ms Spielman wants Ofsted to be able to carry out more unannounced checks of private school inspections and undertake termly checks focused on safeguarding.
Ofsted has produced reports today on the work of the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and the School Inspection Service (SIS). This primary school for pupils aged 4 to 11 is made up of students and received its last Ofsted inspection in February Observations from inspectors found that "pupils respond well to their teachers' very high expectations of them".
On the other end of the spectrum, schools rated outstanding are exempt from inspection - but this is set to change according to education secretary Gavin Williamson.
Here is every primary school and secondary school that has had a full Ofsted inspection in. We can support you with a range of resources that meet the requirements of the new Ofsted Education Inspection framework. Book an appointment with your local Educational Consultant now or take a look at the Primary Ofsted Framework page to see how we can help you ensure your school is Ofted-ready.
The most recent Ofsted results for primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges in the Bath area are below. But ratings may start to shift as Ofsted. continue to be inspected as part of Ofsted’s programme of surveys of curriculum subjects and aspects of the curriculum.
Exemption from inspection does not apply to maintained nursery schools, special schools or pupil referral units that are judged as outstanding. These schools are subject to inspection in the same way as schools that. Ofsted has said that its inspections now place less emphasis on data.
Under the new framework, pupil outcomes and teaching and learning have been replaced as separate inspection judgements with a new overall quality of education judgement. Schools graded as inadequate will receive regular OFSTED inspections. If the management team of a Grade 4 school is not judged to be Grade 3 or above, it will be ranked as a Special Measures school.
An inadequate school has significant weaknesses and is failing to prepare its students effectively for the next stages of their lives.Work in Books. In the Ofsted School inspection handbook, which was the current one at the time of these inspections, Ofsted said that (my emphasis added).
Inspectors will gather evidence about the progress of current pupils through: • observations in lessons • discussions with pupils about their understanding of things they have been learning about.In all secondary schools and large primary schools ( pupils or more on roll), short inspections will be led by an HMI accompanied by a team inspector.
The purpose of a short inspection is to determine whether the school continues to provide a good standard of education and whether safeguarding is .