Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector

Sir Michael Wilshaw

Biography

Sir Michael Wilshaw was appointed Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills on 1 January 2012.

Prior to joining Ofsted, Sir Michael had a distinguished career as a teacher for 43 years, 26 of these as a headteacher in London secondary schools, and most recently as Executive Principal at Mossbourne Community Academy in Hackney. In addition to leading Mossbourne Community Academy, Sir Michael was Director of Education for ARK, a charitable education trust running a number of academies across England.

Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector

Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector (HMCI) is statutorily responsible for Ofsted’s inspection and regulatory work. He is able to draw on the full range of our inspection findings to report on the quality of education, children’s services and skills, locally and nationally. He is responsible to Parliament for the organisation, staffing and management of Ofsted, and for ensuring the efficient and effective use of our resources.

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  1. Sir Michael Wilshaw's speech at the London Councils education summit

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  2. Sir Michael Wilshaw's speech at the Baker Dearing UTC conference

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  3. HMCI's monthly commentary: July 2016

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  4. Sir Michael Wilshaw launches Ofsted’s Social Care Annual Report 2016

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  5. Sir Michael Wilshaw's speech to the Festival of Education

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  6. HMCI's monthly commentary: June 2016

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  7. Sir Michael Wilshaw's speech to the TES Leadership conference

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  8. HMCI's monthly commentary: May 2016

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  9. Sir Michael Wilshaw's speech to the Fair Education Alliance

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  10. Sir Michael Wilshaw speech: National Apprenticeship Week 2016

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