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OFSTED FRAMEWORK- September 2012. “A good education for all”. Key Words/Phrases- January 2012. Raising Expectations “What is it really like for children in this school?” Closing the Gap Close scrutiny of sub-groups compared to National N.B. No longer talk about “Raising the Bar”. Groups.

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Ofsted framework september 2012

OFSTED FRAMEWORK- September 2012

“A good education for all”


Key words phrases january 2012
Key Words/Phrases-January 2012

Raising Expectations

“What is it really like for children in this school?”

Closing the Gap

Close scrutiny of sub-groupscompared to National

N.B. No longer talk about “Raising the Bar”


Groups
Groups

  • Disabled

  • Boys

  • Girls

  • SEN

  • EAL

  • Minority Ethnic

  • Travellers

  • Looked After Children

  • Free School Meals

  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual

  • Transgender pupils

  • Young Carers

  • Low income families

  • Other vulnerable groups


Quality of teaching
Quality of Teaching

  • Teaching overall

  • Pupils’ progress and learning

  • Pupils’ attitudes to learning

  • Teachers’ planning and expertise

  • Teachers’ expectations

  • Interventions and support

  • Teaching of Reading, Writing, Communication & Mathematics (RWCM)

  • Assessment

  • Marking, feedback & homework


Promotion of smsc
Promotion of SMSC

Relationships

Opportunities to make decisions

Reflection

Awe and wonder

Learning about inequalities & diversity

Independence

Teamwork

Curiosity, Intrigue, Enthusiasm, Excitement


Overall effectiveness
Overall Effectiveness

“Is this typical”

“Is this school improving?”

“Learning over time”


A good education for all
“A good education for all”

From Sept.2012 only a good standard of education will be good enough

Overall Effectiveness:

1: Outstanding

2: Good

3: Requires Improvement

4: Inadequate - Serious Weaknesses

- Special Measures


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“A good education for all”

Four key judgements remain the same:

Achievement

Teaching

Behaviour & Safety

Leadership & Management


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“A good education for all”

Overall Effectiveness:

If any one of the four key judgements is inadequate (grade 4), it is likely that overall effectiveness will be INADEQUATE

If any one of the four key judgements is “requires improvement” (grade 3), and the others are the same or above this, overall effectiveness will be REQUIRES IMPROVEMENT


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“A good education for all”

Overall effectiveness:

Outstanding Schools = Outstanding Teaching


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“A good education for all”

ACHIEVEMENT:

Increased focus on:

  • literacy & numeracy

  • the proportions of pupils in comparison with national figures, who, from each starting point,

  • make expected progress

  • make more than expected progress

    (in English & Maths)


What do we need to be good
WHAT DO WE NEED TO BE GOOD?

ATTAINMENT:

ALL MEASURES NEED TO BE ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGES

PROGRESS:

ENGLISH: 3+ Levels of Progress: 0-15% above NA

MATHS : 3 +Levels of Progress: 0-15% above NA

No significant differences in groups

ATTENDANCE:

93-94%


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“A good education for all”

QUALITY OF TEACHING:

Will take account of evidence of pupils’ learning and progress over time

Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement, Inadequate

Good schools will have:

  • good teaching

  • effective systems for improving teaching


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“A good education for all”

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

Increased focus on the management of performance to improve teaching and learning

Accurate monitoring

Effective Performance Management & Professional Development

PM & CPD closely matched to the needs of the school & staff


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“A good education for all”

Increased focus on governance:

Holding senior leaders to account for all aspects of the school’s performance

Ensuring the effective & efficient management of financial resources such as pupil premium


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“A good education for all”

FREQUENCY OF INSPECTIONS:

Schools previously judged “Satisfactory” will be inspected more frequently….resources targeted towards helping all schools to become good

Re-inspected within a maximum period of 2 years

Two opportunities to become “good” – inadequate after that


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“A good education for all”

THE PROCESS OF INSPECTION:

Notice given at midday on the working day before an inspection starts

No Pre-Inspection Briefing

No parent or pupil questionnaires

Parent View, RAISEonline, Exam Results


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“A good education for all”

DURING THE INSPECTION:

Increased focus on the learning and progress of:

different groups of pupils currently on the roll

(disabled, special educational needs, those being supported by pupil premium)

Pupils who attend off-site alternative provision

Lowest attaining pupils


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“A good education for all”

LESSONS:

No “ideal Ofsted lesson”

Lesson Plans

Will expect to see children who are fully engaged in their learning and making good or outstanding progress


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“A good education for all”

BRINGING ABOUT IMPROVEMENT:

Lesson Observations:

must identify ways in which teaching & learning can be improved

address the strengths and weaknesses (development points)


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“A good education for all”

Inspectors’ direct observation must be supplemented by a range of other evidence to enable inspectors to evaluate the impact that teaching has had on pupils’ learning over time

EVIDENCE FILES


Raising expectations summary
RAISING EXPECTATIONS: Summary

Much is the same, although there will be an increased emphasis on:

Improving schools that are not yet good

Progress of pupils, especially disadvantaged pupils

The use of the pupil premium to raise achievement

Reading, literacy and mathematics

Teaching and the management of performance to improve it

The leadership of teaching

Governance


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