Guidance

Ofsted inspections: protocol for managing conflicts of interest

This publication was withdrawn on 28 August 2015

This document has been archived as it is no longer current.

Inspection service providers acting on Ofsted’s behalf should be – and should be seen to be – impartial.

Documents

Inspection service providers’ protocol for managing conflicts of interest

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Inspection service providers’ protocol for managing conflicts of interest

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Detail

This protocol is designed to deal with actual and potential conflicts of interest, and perceived conflicts of interest.

It will provide clarity for inspection service providers, Ofsted and providers.

It should minimise the potential disruption and the increased workload that result from conflicts of interest.