12 April 2019 — Press release
Ofsted has published detailed figures revealing the scale of the problem with suspected illegal schools in England.
1 April 2019 — Speech
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector gave a speech at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Muslim Teachers’ Association.
13 March 2019 — Press release
Ofsted has published a new joint inspection framework for secure training centres (STCs) that promises to focus even more closely on those are judged inadequate.
12 March 2019 — Research and analysis
Ofsted carried out a research project on knife crime in education. This report sets out our findings and recommendations.
29 March 2019 — Blog post
Certain types of social care provider must tell us about the most serious incidents that happen to children placed with them and what they have done in response.
16 March 2019 — Speech
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector spoke at the ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders) Annual Conference 2019 in Birmingham.
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