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Engagement, Polite Civil Disobedience or Blank Piece of Paper? #Ofsted

It’s mid-afternoon on a Saturday suddenly my phone sounds and I’m in a twitter conversation.  Continue reading

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Inspection’s Nearly Over! It’s Official

I promised myself a few weeks ago, after lots of blogging about Ofsted, accountability and peer review, that there would be no more Ofsted posts for quite some time.  However, on Friday evening I changed my mind after Sean Harford’s, Ofsted’s National Director, speech at the ASCL Conference. Continue reading

Ofsted’s Dead: Long Live Peer Review

Over the past month I’ve been blogging out thoughts about Beyond Inspection.  Essentially, what we need to do next, in terms of accountability, if we are going to produce more effective schools. Continue reading

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