Guidance

Inspecting further education and skills: how inspectors make judgements

This publication was withdrawn on 28 August 2015

This document has been archived as it is no longer current. Please refer to the Further education and skills inspection handbook from September 2015.

Clarification on Ofsted's approach to making judgements on teaching, learning and assessment in further education and skills inspections.

Documents

How do Ofsted inspectors evaluate teaching in the further-education-and-skills sector?

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How do Ofsted inspectors evaluate teaching in the further-education-and-skills sector?

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Detail

This document explains how, and why, inspectors observe and gather evidence about teaching, and how that contributes to the overall judgement on the quality of teaching.