4 December 2018 — Corporate report
Ofsted’s Annual Report presents our findings for the areas we inspect in early years childcare, schools, further education and skills and social care.
4 December 2018 — Speech
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman discusses the quality of education, training and care services in England at the launch of Ofsted’s Annual Report today.
4 December 2018 — Press release
This year’s annual report finds the overall quality of education and care in England is improving, but more action is needed to support the children being left behind.
4 December 2018 — Statistical data set
Social care data to accompany the Ofsted Annual Report 2017/18.
The list of providers who have been judged to have outstanding overall effectiveness in an Ofsted inspection.
4 December 2018 — Blog post
Yvette Stanley discusses Ofsted’s most recent Annual Report, and the picture for children’s social care.
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