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Accountability in a Post Timpson World

The Timpson Review is a timely and well-meaning attempt to address a small but significant issue; the pretence of school improvement, in a small number of schools and academy trusts, through cohort change, with a consequential negative impact on children and young people’s life chances. Continue reading

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Response to Ofsted’s Draft Education Inspection Framework

The following Executive Summary has been produced by Headteachers Roundtable in Response to Ofsted Draft Education Inspection Framework.  We’re interested in people’s thoughts which can be sent to headteachersrt@hotmail.co.uk; we’ll read them all but it is unlikely we will be able to respond (apologies in advance).     Continue reading

Are Ofsted Finally Learning Lessons? 

At the end of last week Ofsted published the following blog, “Testing the draft education inspection framework: our early findings from pilot inspections”. It has the corporate “controlling the narrative feel” about it. However, I sense Ofsted are beginning to really understand all is not well with their draft Education Inspection Framework.

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