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2 edition of Framework for the inspection of schools = found in the catalog.

Framework for the inspection of schools =

Great Britain. Office of Her Majesty"s Chief Inspector of Schools (Wales).

Framework for the inspection of schools =

Fframwaith ar gyfer arolygu ysgolion.

by Great Britain. Office of Her Majesty"s Chief Inspector of Schools (Wales).

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Published by Welsh Office in Cardiff .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesFframwaith ar gyfer arolygu ysgolion.
The Physical Object
Pagination38,38p.
Number of Pages3838
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16668691M

Each school in New Zealand has a board. Spielman discussed both the driving force behind the changes and the perceived benefits. Quality Of Education Summarised In short, Ofsted will be looking for schools that are offering a well thought-out, knowledge-led curriculum They are looking for a curriculum that also that promotes mastery of skills, whilst allowing pupils opportunities. Finally, the impact — that is the results and wider outcomes that children achieve and the destinations that they go on to. In her speech Ms. In the Netherlands, the Education Inspectorate assesses all schools receiving public funds—both independent and public—on a regular schedule.

The low-performing designation is based on a Ministry evaluation of school management and school leadership practices. Low-performing schools about 3 percent to 4 percent of schools are required to develop improvement plans, and more intensive inspections if they do not improve. The idea has spread throughout the British Commonwealth and across Europe. Short inspections will last one day, unless teams feel the school should be downgraded or upgraded, in which case it will last an extra day, he said. At the moment, schools rated good at their last inspection are visited every five years, or every six years for further education colleges.

A school is more than an exam factory, it is a community which has developed an ethos and culture which hopes to enable its pupils to flourish academically and personally. Some of these private schools offer a specialist curriculum, like a faith-based curriculum, and Ofsted has now set out how it will assess these schools against its new quality of education judgment. A recent report from Jobs for the Future outlined potential advantages of the approach, as well as some of the challenges in implementing it. However, this will constitute a culture-change for many schools and, as with all new initiatives, this new focus will take time and effort to embed. How does this lesson fit within your scheme of work?


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But the inspection systems show that accountability can contribute to improvements in school performance, not just measure it.

Be concise and clear with your evaluation — avoid descriptive statements, where possible provide data, always consider impact. The Third Space blog will be your source of information throughout the whole process of the new Ofsted inspection framework, so make sure you come back in January to learn more.

Here are the 5 headline changes to the New Ofsted Inspection Framework: Inspection timings have changed but the initial suggestion that Ofsted could arrive within 2. Rather notably some new buzzwords and phrases have crept into the statements under this heading. This document shows that the issues teachers have raised are being recognised at the highest levels in Ofsted, marking the beginning of a shift away from focusing solely just on assessment attainment but to more broadly to also include the importance of a holistic learning environment for pupils.

This response is not uncommon for teachers in schools across the UK as they assess their strengths and weaknesses and anticipate the judgments and comments of inspectors. Inspectors will want to see that any pupils who are behind age-related expectations are given opportunities to learn the mathematical knowledge and skills they need to catch up.

In primary schools they will also listen to a range of pupils read. Book your free online demo of Lessons Learned today via our website or by calling This could mean that less time will be spent before inspections looking at school data before visits are made to schools.

This is mostly points of fact e. Inspection systems are not new; the Netherlands created a school inspectorate in and the British government established one in when Queen Victoria named two inspectors to examine schools as a condition of receiving funds from the government.

How do you ensure you cover the programme of study? Here we also find reference to British values democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; and the mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith as well as a mention of how learners keep themselves mentally and physically healthy.

In instances where non-specialist areas of the curriculum are limited, inspectors will instead consider how the the core curriculum has been integrated within the specialist curriculum more broadly. This is the first step on a long road towards ensuring pupils in schools across England receive a more rounded education, and are informed explicitly of the importance of character development.

The number of schools applying for this designation has increased, as has the number of schools earning it.

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Sue Cowley, Writer, presenter, teacher educator and author of 30 books on education. Although local governments can select inspectors, most, rely on experienced teachers and school leaders.

Remember your SEF will help to steer your inspection. Our summary of changes includes a free 2-page downloadable for your SLT and Governors. A lack of expertise and knowledge of MFL has been found across the board Curriculum is being confused with assessment and qualifications Curriculum narrowing a focus on English and Maths and therefore neglect for MFL MFL being missed out in Year 6 due to prepration of SATs Social justice issues Lack of teaching expertise n Inspectors found that, in over half of the schools in the sample, the lack of confidence, subject knowledge and need for training was the biggest challenge to improving the quality of their foreign language provision.

First the intent — what is it that schools want for all their children? But is this a welcome change for schools AND colleges? If you are looking for a way to plan for an Ofsted inspection scheduled before the inspection framework is due to change, this Guide to creating a whole school maths strategy is well worth a read.

She now works internationally as a teacher trainer and presenter.The education inspection framework sets out how Ofsted will inspect state schools, further education and skills providers, non-association independent schools and registered early years settings.

On May 8,the State Board of Education adopted the Health Education Curriculum Framework for California Public Schools, Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Health Education Framework) with revisions. The revised, final version of the Health Education Framework will be available Fall The framework for inspecting independent schools The framework for inspecting independent schools in England under section A of the Education Actas amended by schedule 8.

Jun 15,  · 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 Author: Rebecca Ratcliffe.

Jul 13,  · ‘Inspection management’ by schools: Some schools get their arguments and evidence lined up nicely, others let the inspection happen to them. Some schools get support from executives at their academy trust HQ, others don’t.

This means inspection can’t get a ‘true’ picture that is consistent from school to school; it’s as much about. TES Guide to Surviving School Inspection (TES Schools Management) [Bill Laar] on sylvaindez.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book is a much needed, user friendly guide to the reality of school inspection, providing readers with examples of effective practiceAuthor: Bill Laar.