Guidance

Monitoring inspections: schools which require improvement

This publication was withdrawn on 28 August 2015

This document has been archived as it is no longer current. Information about this topic can be found in the Handbook for short, monitoring and unannounced behaviour school inspections

Guidance for inspecting schools which require improvement in order to become good or outstanding.

Documents

Monitoring inspection visits and support for schools which require improvement in order to become good or outstanding

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Monitoring inspection visits and support for schools which require improvement in order to become good or outstanding

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Detail

This guidance sets out Ofsted’s approach to supporting and challenging schools that are judged to require improvement at a section 5 inspection. It outlines the main activities that may be undertaken by Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI) from the time that the school is judged to require improvement until it is reinspected under section 5 of the Education Act 2005.