Ofsted proposes changes to short inspections | schoolsnortheast

A full inspection would be completed within a maximum of 15 working days when a short inspection converts, whilst around 20% of good schools would automatically receive full inspections.

On Thursday, Ofsted launched a consultation on new proposals to “improve the short inspection model” and “make the conversion process more manageable for all involved”.

Short inspections were introduced in September 2015 for schools previously judged to be good. They last for just one day and, in most cases, the inspectors are satisfied that the school remains good. However, around a third of short…

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