Early help: An Insight into Ofsted-Commissioned Research on Concepts, Policy Directions and Multi-agency Perspectives

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Webinar Duration: 47 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders and governors with expert insight into a scoping study commissioned by Ofsted and carried out by Research in Practice to clarify the purpose, provision and potential of early help for children and families in England.

On 10 February 2022, Ofsted published ‘What is early help? Concepts, policy directions and multi-agency perspectives’ to bring together key information about ‘early help’, including current provision, policy debates, considerations and points of confusion for professionals and agencies, understanding terminology, and potential indicators for a good, whole-system approach.

In this webinar, Adrian Gray, former inspector, Ofsted evaluator and academy trust consultant with extensive leadership experience, highlights key points of the scoping study, exploring proposals for improving early help to manage the needs of children and families, and discussing the implications for schools.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gaining an insight into the main issues presented in the scoping study on early help, published by Ofsted in February 2022.

  • Appreciating that this is a research report which offers proposals and suggestions, rather than a traditional Ofsted thematic report.

  • Understanding some of the issues that the report debates concerning early help practice in England today, and how it has been affected by financial and other pressures.

  • Becoming familiar with some of the proposals for improving how early help is used to manage the needs of children and families.

  • Being able to identify aspects of the report which are significant for school leaders in terms of their role and responsibilities in early help provision.

Adrian Gray

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Adrian Gray

Former inspector, Ofsted evaluator and academy trust consultant with extensive leadership experience.
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