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Education inspection framework:
Inspecting the substance of education
The consultation outcomes
Non-associated independent...
Today’s session
▪The Ofsted strategy and the new framework
▪The consultation findings
▪The judgement areas
▪Responses to i...
Ofsted strategy 2017–22
▪ The curriculum at the heart of inspection.
▪ No need to produce progress and attainment
data ‘fo...
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 4
Inspection experience
26 years of inspecting education
M...
The consultation responses
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 5
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 6
The consultation responses
▪More than 15,000 responses
▪...
The judgement areas:
quality of education
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 7
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▪ curriculum design, coverage, appropriateness
and delivery
▪ teaching (pedagogy)
▪ assessment (formative and summative)...
▪ Three-quarters of
respondents agreed or
strongly agreed with this
proposal.
▪ Many respondents were
pleased with the pro...
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 10
What we are
doing in response
▪ Introducing a new ‘qual...
Inspection model for quality of education
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 11
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes
What will be
included in the
deep dives?
Slide 12
Discussions
wi...
The judgement areas:
‘personal development’ and
‘behaviour and attitudes’
Education inspection framework: the consultation...
Separate judgements for ‘personal
development’ and ‘behaviour and attitudes’
Education inspection framework: the consultat...
Separating the judgements: what people said
▪ Nearly eight in 10
respondents supported
introducing separate
judgements.
▪ ...
Slide 16
What we are doing in response
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes
▪ Introducing two new, se...
Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Slide 17
New inspection judgements
Quality of education
Per...
Changes to the inspection of schools
with a specialist curriculum
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcome...
When a specialist curriculum is on offer, we proposed that the non-
specialist curriculum will normally be inspectors’ pri...
Inspection of specialist curriculum:
what people said
▪ More than half of respondents
supported the proposal and
fewer tha...
Slide 21Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes
What we are doing in response
We have updated the inspec...
Changes to additional inspections
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 22
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Changes to additional inspections
▪If the Department for Education commissions
us to carry out additional inspect...
Additional inspections: what people said
▪ There was very strong
support for this proposal,
more than three-quarters of
re...
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 25
What we will do in response
▪We will proceed with plans...
Recurring themes in responses
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 26
Leaders must have a clear and ambitious vision
for providing high-quality, inclusive education and
training to all.
Refere...
SEND considerations continue to be an important aspect of
inspection. Feedback has helped to make this aspect stronger.
Re...
Mental health
The education inspection framework is
built around the factors that have the
greatest protective effect for ...
Slide 30
Early years in schools
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes
We have:
▪ reviewed the judgemen...
Documents the consultation has
informed
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 31
Documents the consultation has informed
Responses to the consultation have informed the final drafts
of the following docu...
Thank you
Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 33
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The outcomes of the Ofsted consultation into the education inspection framework, in use from September 2019

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Final independent school EIF consultation outcomes

  1. 1. Education inspection framework: Inspecting the substance of education The consultation outcomes Non-associated independent schools Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 1
  2. 2. Today’s session ▪The Ofsted strategy and the new framework ▪The consultation findings ▪The judgement areas ▪Responses to independent school specific consultation questions ▪Recurrent themes in responses ▪Questions Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 2
  3. 3. Ofsted strategy 2017–22 ▪ The curriculum at the heart of inspection. ▪ No need to produce progress and attainment data ‘for Ofsted’, helping reduce unnecessary workload. ▪ All pupils should have access to a high-quality education. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 3 ‘A force for improvement through intelligent, responsible and focused inspection and regulation’ The new framework
  4. 4. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 4 Inspection experience 26 years of inspecting education Most research-informed framework Research shared publicly Largest ever number of pilot inspections More than 250 pilot inspections Sharing draft inspection handbooks First time we’ve consulted on the handbooks Consultation Ofsted’s biggest ever consultation Development
  5. 5. The consultation responses Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 5
  6. 6. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 6 The consultation responses ▪More than 15,000 responses ▪Almost 11,000 responses to online questionnaire ▪Over 600 email responses ▪Over 4,000 responses as a result of a campaign by YoungMinds ▪Over 150 face-to-face engagement events ▪Over 400 people joined external webinars 16 January–5 April 2019
  7. 7. The judgement areas: quality of education Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 7
  8. 8. 8 ▪ curriculum design, coverage, appropriateness and delivery ▪ teaching (pedagogy) ▪ assessment (formative and summative) ▪ attainment and progress (including national tests and assessments) ▪ reading ▪ readiness for the next stage of education. Quality of education judgement The new quality of education judgement puts the real substance of education, the curriculum, at the heart of inspection. Inspectors will have a connected, educationally focused conversation, incorporating:
  9. 9. ▪ Three-quarters of respondents agreed or strongly agreed with this proposal. ▪ Many respondents were pleased with the proposed focus on the curriculum rather than an over-focus on performance data. ▪ Many parents were pleased with the direction of travel. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Quality of education: what people said Slide 9 28 47 7 12 5 1 Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Don't know Overall percentage of respondents
  10. 10. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 10 What we are doing in response ▪ Introducing a new ‘quality of education’ judgement from September 2019. ▪ The inspection handbooks have been updated to set out how this key judgement will be inspected in different contexts. ▪ Introducing a transition period, which will be reviewed after a year.
  11. 11. Inspection model for quality of education Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 11
  12. 12. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes What will be included in the deep dives? Slide 12 Discussions with pupils Discussions with teachers Discussions with curriculum leaders Visits to a connected sample of lessons Scrutiny of pupils’ work Discussions with senior leaders
  13. 13. The judgement areas: ‘personal development’ and ‘behaviour and attitudes’ Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 13
  14. 14. Separate judgements for ‘personal development’ and ‘behaviour and attitudes’ Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 14 Personal development, welfare and behaviour Personal development Behaviour and attitudes
  15. 15. Separating the judgements: what people said ▪ Nearly eight in 10 respondents supported introducing separate judgements. ▪ A strong majority of respondents from all education sectors supported this proposal. ▪Concerns were raised by some that the proposed ‘behaviour and attitudes’ judgement would fail to reflect the realities of education providers working in challenging circumstances. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 15 24 54 13 5 3 1 Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Don't know Overall percentage of respondents
  16. 16. Slide 16 What we are doing in response Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes ▪ Introducing two new, separate judgements: ‘personal development’ and ‘behaviour and attitudes’. ▪ Recognising the importance of pastoral care. ▪ Revising the grade descriptors to address concerns around how bullying will be inspected.
  17. 17. Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Slide 17 New inspection judgements Quality of education Personal development Behaviour and attitudes * Leadership and management Overall effectiveness * Inspection of independent school standards (ISS)
  18. 18. Changes to the inspection of schools with a specialist curriculum Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 18
  19. 19. When a specialist curriculum is on offer, we proposed that the non- specialist curriculum will normally be inspectors’ primary source of evidence when reaching a judgement on quality of education. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 19 Inspection of specialist curriculums Evidence from the specialist curriculum will be considered if a school chooses to deliver a substantial number of the required subject areas through the specialist curriculum, or if the non-specialist curriculum provides insufficient evidence.
  20. 20. Inspection of specialist curriculum: what people said ▪ More than half of respondents supported the proposal and fewer than one in five were against it. ▪ Opinions on how the specialist curriculum should be inspected were more mixed. ▪ Those who offered a specialist curriculum tended to be more negative . ▪ Many providers who supported the idea, liked the idea of being inspected under the same criteria for all schools.Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Slide 20 16 34 22 8 8 12 Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Don't know Overall percentage of respondents
  21. 21. Slide 21Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes What we are doing in response We have updated the inspection handbook to: ▪ make clear that when schools offer a specialist curriculum, inspectors will work with leaders to understand how the curriculum as a whole is structured and where they can evidence that the quality of education criteria are demonstrated ▪ clarify that the section on the specialist curriculum is not intended to describe the approach we will take to inspecting independent special schools. There is a separate section in the handbook that sets out how the EIF will apply to independent special schools.
  22. 22. Changes to additional inspections Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 22
  23. 23. Slide 23 Changes to additional inspections ▪If the Department for Education commissions us to carry out additional inspections, we check whether the ISS are met but do not make new graded judgements. ▪A school retains its previous graded judgements, even if it has improved and is now meeting the ISS, or has declined and is no longer meeting them. ▪Recognising and acknowledging sooner when additional inspection finds a school has improved or declined.
  24. 24. Additional inspections: what people said ▪ There was very strong support for this proposal, more than three-quarters of respondents agreed or strongly agreed. ▪ There was particular support for this proposal among parents. ▪ fewer than one in 10 respondents disagreed with the proposal. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 24 33 43 10 5 4 5 Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Don't know Overall percentage of respondents
  25. 25. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 25 What we will do in response ▪We will proceed with plans to provide up-to-date judgements about a non-association independent school’s performance after an additional visit. ▪The change will be implemented from September 2020.
  26. 26. Recurring themes in responses Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 26
  27. 27. Leaders must have a clear and ambitious vision for providing high-quality, inclusive education and training to all. Reference to specific learners
  28. 28. SEND considerations continue to be an important aspect of inspection. Feedback has helped to make this aspect stronger. Revisions made to inspection handbooks about what inspectors will take into account include: Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 28 ▪ complex vulnerabilities of some pupils, which may mean additional safeguarding challenges ▪ whether reasonable adjustments have been made ▪ the starting point for SEND pupils ▪ expectations for pupils achievement ▪ expectations when looking at behaviour and attitudes. Special education needs and disabilities
  29. 29. Mental health The education inspection framework is built around the factors that have the greatest protective effect for all children: ▪ a good education ▪ high-quality pastoral care ▪ a culture that promotes a strong connection between children and learners and their community (in this case, their school or provider). Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Slide
  30. 30. Slide 30 Early years in schools Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes We have: ▪ reviewed the judgement criteria for early years provision in the schools inspection handbook to make sure there is emphasis for early years provision for younger children, while clarifying when criteria applies to Reception-age children ▪ added clarification in the schools inspection handbook to confirm the approach to inspecting a maintained nursery school under the new framework ▪ included specific guidance to inspectors if independent schools have an exemption for aspects of early years provision.
  31. 31. Documents the consultation has informed Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 31
  32. 32. Documents the consultation has informed Responses to the consultation have informed the final drafts of the following documents, which have been published alongside the consultation report: ▪ Education inspection framework ▪ Early years inspection handbook ▪ Maintained schools and academies section 5 inspection handbook ▪ Maintained schools and academies section 8 inspection handbook ▪ Non-association independent schools inspection handbook ▪ Further education and skills inspection handbook ▪ Equality, diversity and inclusion statement. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 32
  33. 33. Thank you Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 33
  34. 34. Ofsted on the web and on social media www.gov.uk/ofsted https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted www.youtube.com/ofstednews www.slideshare.net/ofstednews www.twitter.com/ofstednews Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 34

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