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A review of research into factors that influence the quality of religious education (RE) in schools in England.
Introduction In religious education (RE), pupils enter into a rich…
A review by Ofsted of research into factors that influence the quality of science education in schools in England.
Introduction This review explores the literature relating to the field of…
Ofsted will carry out a review of safeguarding policies in state and independent schools and colleges in relation to sexual abuse.
The government has asked Ofsted to undertake an immediate review of…
This sets out the principles underpinning Ofsted’s series of research reviews and subject reports.
A video with Ofsted’s research findings on remote learning and what has worked well for some children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
Ofsted's summary of findings on remote learning from several strands of research activity that we carried out in 2020.
Research into where children living in children’s homes receive their education and what the quality of this education is like.
Ofsted reports on the quality of the inspection work carried out by the inspectorates of British schools overseas.
Ofsted uses questionnaires to capture views about social care settings, including children’s homes, boarding schools and living with foster carers and adopters.
Evidence from assurance visits to secure children’s homes and independent fostering agencies between 1 September and 4 December.
Evidence from research interviews with 739 early years providers between 5 October and 11 December.
Evidence from interim visits to further education and skills providers between 19 October and 4 December.
Evidence from education, health and social care leaders and practitioners between 1 September and 4 December 2020.
Evidence from interim visits to 297 schools between 2 and 24 November 2020.
A summary of findings from our joint targeted area inspections (JTAIs) of how multi-agency partnerships identify and respond to children with mental ill health.
Evidence from research interviews with 208 registered early years providers and maintained nursery schools between 5 and 16 October.
Evidence from assurance visits to social care providers and focused visits to local authorities between 8 September and 15 October.
Evidence from visits to schools between 29 September and 23 October 2020.
Evidence from visits to further education and skills providers between 1 and 16 October.
Evidence from 6 visits to local areas, looking at their special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision between 5 and 14 October 2020.
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