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On the 6th July 2020, the DfE released their ‘Education plans from September 2020’ guidance detailing how Ofsted will be implementing their phased return to inspection.
The guidance provides details of how Ofsted will begin a series of interim visits from autumn 2020 with a view towards resuming full inspections in January 2021. Schools will be assessed on how well they are managing the return to full education for their pupils, including considering ‘blended learning’ (on-site/remote education) and safeguarding.
In this webinar, Stefan Fusenich, a qualified inspector and DfE Advanced Teaching and Learning Coach will provide school governors, senior leaders, headteachers and department heads with practical advice and guidance on how they can prepare themselves for interim Ofsted visits and what measures they can put in place to ensure they are ready for full inspections again from January 2021.
Understanding what Ofsted interim visits are, who will be involved and what will be asked of schools.
Recognising where school leaders should be focusing their efforts in line with Ofsted’s expectations that pupils resume learning the school’s extant curriculum.
Identifying how schools can ensure pupils are settling back into expected routines and behaviour and supporting pupils’ issues around mental health and wellbeing.
Building a culture of safeguarding around the latest DfE KCSiE guidance and developing child protection policies reflective of the current environment.
Understanding the steps that schools can take now and moving forward to ensure they are best placed to meet and exceed full Ofsted inspections in 2021.
In this webinar, award-winning teacher and education consultant, Phil Beadle, explores how and why schools should consider the implementation of metacognitive methods in their teaching and learning and provides guidance on how schools can encourage self-regulated learners to improve pupil outcomes.
In this webinar, The National College will explore how schools can access and successfully implement high-quality tuition through the NTP and how to decide which approach best fits their needs, who to work with and how to asses which pupils will benefit the most.
In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how secondary schools can effectively develop and integrate a RSHE curriculum that is responsive, reflective of the current environment and will comply with statutory DfE requirements.
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