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Beyond Inspection: Building the Case for Peer Review

If you are looking at improving quality then the theories and teachings of W Edwards Deming are a very good starting point.  His belief in “continual improvement” changed the way people thought about quality, management and leadership.  Continue reading

Ofsted – Shorter, More Frequent

I’m not totally sure how I feel about the latest announcements from Sir Michael Wilshaw about the future direction of Ofsted. I resisted the urge to blog about it at the weekend as I’m all Ofsteded out and I think many other people are to. However, the Ofsted theme and flavour of the month (though it might only be a week or a day before another change) is less but more frequent so here’s a little bloglet.

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