20 September 2018 — Correspondence
Updates for inspectors and stakeholders with the latest information and guidance about Ofsted’s inspection work in schools.
21 September 2018 — Speech
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses findings from recent curriculum research, curriculum design and the new education inspection framework.
7 September 2018 — News story
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, responded to a report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
30 August 2018 — News story
Ofsted is setting up a forum for academics, practitioners and researchers to talk about a wide range of early years issues.
30 August 2018 — Service
Try out our new and improved reports site.
17 July 2018 — Guidance
Guidance for inspecting schools under the common inspection framework, with a mythbuster document on common misconceptions.
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