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Ofsted inspection
Sean Harford HMI
National Director, Education
@HarfordSean
Ofsted inspection Slide 1
Ofsted inspection
 The common inspection framework
 Background
 Outcomes so far
 Questions/discussion
 Myths and scho...
The common
inspection
framework
Ofsted inspection Slide 3
Ofsted - our legal responsibilities
Raising standards, improving lives
 Encouraging the services we inspect and regulate:...
Principles of inspection reform
 Inspect the right things in the right way through a standardised
inspection framework
 ...
Understanding the changes
Ofsted inspection Slide 6
The common inspection framework
Inspectors make four key judgements for all the education remits:
 Effectiveness of leade...
The common inspection framework
The common inspection framework (CIF) provides greater clarity,
coherence and comparabilit...
Full inspection judgements – schools
(section 5)
Inspectors make four key judgements:
 Effectiveness of leadership and ma...
Short inspection judgements (section 8)
Short inspections for good school and academies – approximately
every three years,...
Short inspections
Ofsted inspection Slide 11
The school/provider’s performance is
being sustained.
It continues to provide...
Changing the inspection workforce
Since September 2015, Ofsted has contracted directly with new Ofsted
Inspectors.
 Seven...
Outcomes so far
Ofsted inspection Slide 13
School improvement
 Improvement in the percentage of schools that are good or better
 2015/16: 73% of schools judged goo...
Ofsted inspection Slide 15
Improvement in primary schools
Improvement in secondary schools
Ofsted inspection Slide 16
Improvement of ‘satisfactory’ schools
Ofsted inspection Slide 17
The journey of secondary schools judged satisfactory as a...
Questions?
Ofsted inspection Slide 18
#OfstedMyths… and workload…#HelpSean
Ofsted inspection Slide 19
Key themes in our inspections
 Emphasis on impact across all key judgements
 Impact of the culture of the school
 Impor...
Inspection – what types of evidence do we
use?
Evidence for an inspection is drawn from:
 discussion with school leaders,...
DfE Workload Review Groups
 Marking, Data management and Planning/teacher resources
groups:
 Marking
 Data management
...
Workload Review Groups’ recommendations for
Ofsted
 Marking, data management and planning/teacher resources
groups
 Cont...
Questions?
Ofsted inspection Slide 24
Thank you!
Ofsted inspection Slide 25
Ofsted on the web and on social media
www.gov.uk/ofsted
http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk
www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted
www.y...
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Ofsted inspection: Putting learning first conference January 2017

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Sean Harford, Director, Education, gave this presentation at the conference in Ilminster, Somerset on Wednesday 18 January 2017. It covers headline messages about Ofsted inspection and debunks Ofsted myths.

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Ofsted inspection: Putting learning first conference January 2017

  1. 1. Ofsted inspection Sean Harford HMI National Director, Education @HarfordSean Ofsted inspection Slide 1
  2. 2. Ofsted inspection  The common inspection framework  Background  Outcomes so far  Questions/discussion  Myths and school workload  Questions/discussion Ofsted inspection Slide 2
  3. 3. The common inspection framework Ofsted inspection Slide 3
  4. 4. Ofsted - our legal responsibilities Raising standards, improving lives  Encouraging the services we inspect and regulate:  to improve  to be user-focused  to be efficient and effective. Ofsted inspection Slide 4
  5. 5. Principles of inspection reform  Inspect the right things in the right way through a standardised inspection framework  Provide comparable and accurate information for parents, carers, learners and employers to inform their choices  Deliver timely inspections where there are signs of decline or improvement  Have a proportionate approach to inspections  Ensure rigorous quality of all inspections Ofsted inspection Slide 5
  6. 6. Understanding the changes Ofsted inspection Slide 6
  7. 7. The common inspection framework Inspectors make four key judgements for all the education remits:  Effectiveness of leadership and management  Quality of teaching, learning and assessment  Personal development, behaviour and welfare  Outcomes for children and learners And will state clearly whether safeguarding is effective. Ofsted inspection Slide 7
  8. 8. The common inspection framework The common inspection framework (CIF) provides greater clarity, coherence and comparability for learners, parents and employers. Judgements are comparable across all Ofsted reports for:  early years provision  16 to 19 study programmes In FE and skills inspections, inspectors report on types of provision – including apprenticeships, adult learning and learners with high needs Ofsted inspection Slide 8
  9. 9. Full inspection judgements – schools (section 5) Inspectors make four key judgements:  Effectiveness of leadership and management  Quality of teaching, learning and assessment  Personal development, behaviour and welfare  Outcomes for children and learners. Where relevant, inspectors also make judgements about:  the effectiveness of the early years provision  the effectiveness of 16 to 19 study programmes And state clearly whether safeguarding is effective. Ofsted inspection Slide 9
  10. 10. Short inspection judgements (section 8) Short inspections for good school and academies – approximately every three years, for one day. Two judgements only:  Is the school still good?  Is safeguarding effective? Greater professional dialogue during the inspection and regular reporting to parents and pupils. Ofsted inspection Slide 10
  11. 11. Short inspections Ofsted inspection Slide 11 The school/provider’s performance is being sustained. It continues to provide a good quality of education for pupils/learners. Any weaknesses are known by leaders and governors, and are being tackled – proven capacity. The school/provider’s performance is being sustained. It continues to provide a good quality of education for pupils/learners. Any weaknesses are known by leaders and governors, and are being tackled – proven capacity. Is the school/provider continuing to be good? Is safeguarding effective? Is the school/provider continuing to be good? Is safeguarding effective? Is it likely that the school/provider might be judged outstanding in a full inspection? Is it likely that the school/provider might be judged outstanding in a full inspection? Returns to cycle of inspectionReturns to cycle of inspection YesYes HMI informs school/provider that insufficient evidence has been gathered or concerns exist. Explains that a full inspection will follow shortly. HMI informs school/provider that insufficient evidence has been gathered or concerns exist. Explains that a full inspection will follow shortly. YesYes School/provider may be outstanding School/provider may be outstanding School/provider remains good School/provider remains good Lead stays on; Ofsted region quickly deploys further inspectors Lead stays on; Ofsted region quickly deploys further inspectors Lead stays on; Ofsted region quickly deploys further inspectors Lead stays on; Ofsted region quickly deploys further inspectors Insufficient evidence or concerns about effectiveness/ safeguarding Insufficient evidence or concerns about effectiveness/ safeguarding
  12. 12. Changing the inspection workforce Since September 2015, Ofsted has contracted directly with new Ofsted Inspectors.  Seven in ten Ofsted Inspectors are current practitioners  Improved quality and consistency of inspection Ofsted Inspectors and Her Majesty’s Inspectors are working together in Ofsted’s regions, training together and inspecting together. Ofsted inspection Slide 12
  13. 13. Outcomes so far Ofsted inspection Slide 13
  14. 14. School improvement  Improvement in the percentage of schools that are good or better  2015/16: 73% of schools judged good or better in their inspections  State of the nation at end of August: 89% primary schools and 78% of secondary are good or better  Many more children educated in schools that are good or better since 2010  Characterised by strong, authoritative leadership – securing and sustaining improvement in a culture of high expectations Ofsted inspection Slide 14
  15. 15. Ofsted inspection Slide 15 Improvement in primary schools
  16. 16. Improvement in secondary schools Ofsted inspection Slide 16
  17. 17. Improvement of ‘satisfactory’ schools Ofsted inspection Slide 17 The journey of secondary schools judged satisfactory as at 31 August 2012
  18. 18. Questions? Ofsted inspection Slide 18
  19. 19. #OfstedMyths… and workload…#HelpSean Ofsted inspection Slide 19
  20. 20. Key themes in our inspections  Emphasis on impact across all key judgements  Impact of the culture of the school  Importance of safeguarding as a golden thread throughout all judgements  The vital importance of a broad and balanced curriculum Ofsted inspection Slide 20
  21. 21. Inspection – what types of evidence do we use? Evidence for an inspection is drawn from:  discussion with school leaders, staff, pupils and parents  the school’s own self-evaluation, NOT SEF!  national test, exam and attendance data  the school’s own assessment information…current progress  direct observation of practice during inspection  surveys of parents, staff and pupils  other documentary material, e.g. on website Ofsted inspection Slide 21
  22. 22. DfE Workload Review Groups  Marking, Data management and Planning/teacher resources groups:  Marking  Data management  Planning/teaching resources Ofsted inspection Slide 22
  23. 23. Workload Review Groups’ recommendations for Ofsted  Marking, data management and planning/teacher resources groups  Continue to communicate clarifications  Continue to monitor reports re preferences  Monitor impact of revised framework – no change for two years Ofsted inspection Slide 23
  24. 24. Questions? Ofsted inspection Slide 24
  25. 25. Thank you! Ofsted inspection Slide 25
  26. 26. Ofsted on the web and on social media www.gov.uk/ofsted http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted www.youtube.com/ofstednews www.slideshare.net/ofstednews www.twitter.com/ofstednews Ofsted inspection Slide 26

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