Changes to the School Inspection Framework and the implications for SEND

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Chief inspector Amanda Spielman stated that Ofsted should ‘be a force for improvement’, perhaps implying that it isn’t currently achieving this! She has also said that current working practices have increased the pressure ‘on school leaders, teachers and indirectly on pupils to deliver perfect data above all else’ and that they have led ‘schools to put overall results ahead of individual children’s needs’.  Jane Friswell discusses how the proposed changes attempt to tackle these issues. She looks at how the new process could provide the basis for championing individual needs and delivering on a more ambitious and inclusive vision for schools.

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Changes to the School Inspection Framework and the implications for SEND with Jane Friswell
Changes to the School Inspection Framework and the implications for SEND