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This webinar will help subject leads, school leaders and governors to understand what to expect from an Ofsted ‘deep dive’ and how schools can best prepare themselves.
The new Ofsted ‘Inspecting the curriculum’ guidance states that as part of a ‘deep dive’ Ofsted inspectors will:
With the new Ofsted Education Inspection Framework (EIF) now firmly in place, Maggie Parker, a practising inspector, looks at the key questions around ‘deep dives’ and the responsibilities which fall on subject and senior leaders.
Understanding the role of subject leads and school leaders around deep dives under the EIF
How deep dives are shaped, their purpose and what inspectors are looking for
Significant questions that inspectors may focus on during a deep dive
How Ofsted judges curriculums and key features according to Ofsted guidance
Assessing your school’s wider curriculum and evaluating current teaching and learning
Good ideas for subject leaderssome good ideas for formative assessmentsAnila Hussain, Teacher - Elangeni School
Great insight to a deep dive.Very informative on the process of a deep dive. Clearly states the roles and expectations of subject leaders. Great use of summaries at important points throughout the webinar.Andrea CAIN, Head of Department - St Aidan's Catholic Academy
This video update will discuss the recently published guidance, what this means for education settings and how they can implement a joint approach towards social distancing alongside parents and pupils themselves.
In this video update, John Rees will discuss what measures the DfE advise for different early years settings, the support they can expect and how they can play their part under the current circumstances.
On the 22nd March, the DfE released guidance for schools on maintaining educational provision for vulnerable children. That is, those children who have a social worker or with an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
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