The brand new Ofsted Inspection Framework starts in September 2019.
- What does this mean?
- How will inspections change?
- What should Headteachers be looking for as they prepare..
DAISI Education can help.. (Click on the links below..)
New Ofsted Inspections
Ofsted’s focus on Curriculum
Have a read of our Blog articles on the New Framework below..
Internal Data/ External Data?
The new Ofsted framework states that inspections will not examine any internal school data. Therefore, headteachers and school leaders need to have a thorough understanding of their exam results, the ASP (Analyse School Performance) and IDSR (Inspection Data Summary Report).
- Do you understand your KS1 and KS2 school data?
- Do you know what Ofsted is looking for in your performance data?
- Do you need a better comprehension of the ASP or IDSR reports?
- Do your Governors need a course that is suited for them?
We have created two video courses to help you..
Although Ofsted will not look at internal data, they will ask you how you are using it. Your internal data is still required and is essential for monitoring purposes.
Good-quality teaching and the effective use of assessment have led to a trend of improvement in pupils’ attainment in reading, writing and mathematics and a range of other subjects.Feedback from a recent Ofsted Judgement under the new framework
Analysis of KS2 SATs results is a good way to show how you have used data over time to improve your school.
In Primary Schools – This could be looking back at your previous years results to see trends in teaching and curriculum.
Click here for a description of how DAISI Question Level Analysis has been used consistently by a local Nottingham Primary School. By utilising the analysis given, they have seen a rise in their results across each of the different subjects in the KS2 SATs and this was also reflected in their recent Ofsted Inspection.
In Secondary Schools – this could be looking forward with Transition for your new Year 7s.