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Ofsted September 2015 and beyond - short inspections for "good" schools

Ofsted September 2015 and beyond - short inspections for "good" schools

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: July 2015

On Monday 15th June, Sir Michael Wilshaw, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools and Head of Ofsted, spoke at the launch of the materials for school inspections from September 2015 and beyond. The Future of Education Inspection launch event materials including a full transcript of Sir Michael’s speech are available on the .gov UK website. 


He concluded his speech by asserting that as a consequence of making the changes to the inspection framework, he was “confident that Ofsted will be able to have an even greater impact on standards and on the prospects of millions of children and learners”.

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