Gill Jones, our Deputy Director for Early Education, sets out how we look at early reading and phonics teaching as part of our new inspections.
Ofsted’s Deputy Director for Further Education and Skills, Paul Joyce, talks about what our new education inspection framework (EIF) means for further education and skills providers. As most of you will be aware, we introduced our new EIF on …
Mike Sheridan, our Regional Director for London, talks about our new education inspection framework and how we’ll inspect the curriculum in the smallest schools.
Sean Harford, National Director for Education, and Yvette Stanley, National Director for Social Care, discuss peer-on-peer abuse: what it is, what schools should be doing when it happens and how we’ve trained our inspectors to recognise it.
Sean Harford, National Director for Education, talks about Ofsted's latest unregistered school prosecution, and the work of our unregistered schools taskforce.
We’ve updated our analysis and used the data in our inspections. This blog summarises what we’ve found.
Amy Finch, our Head of Strategic Evaluation, sets out Ofsted’s work on evaluating the reliability of inspection.
From September 2019, Ofsted is changing the way we inspect early years education and childcare, schools and further education colleges. Our National Director for Education, Sean Harford, discusses what parents, carers and learners can expect from our new inspections and reports.
Sean Harford, Ofsted's National Director of Education, on our new inspection framework and the summer break.
Head teacher Sean Flood blogs about his experience of carrying out an education inspection framework (EIF) pilot inspection.
Over the last few months, we’ve tested new questions with parents, schools and inspectors. We based the new set of questions on what parents want to know and can answer, what inspectors want to know and what schools find useful. Getting this balance right is important.