Hopefully those of you who keep in touch with my updates here and my twitter activity will have noticed that one of my main preoccupations in the last year has been Ofsted myths.
Getting the message across about what Ofsted does and doesn’t expect at inspection is vitally important. We know that teacher workload is a genuine concern and that, whether through reality or perception, the industry of ‘things that you must do for Ofsted’ has added to that burden. It doesn’t help pupils either, taking attention away from the key priority of providing a good education.
We are now 18 months…
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