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Holding early years providers to account: implementation and impact of Ofsted’s new common inspection framework

Jane Wotherspoon HMI, National Lead for the Early Years Foundation Stage, spoke at 'Next steps for early years - extending provision, building capacity and developing the workforce': a Westminster Education Forum event on 19 April 2016.

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Holding early years providers to account: implementation and impact of Ofsted’s new common inspection framework

  1. 1. The common inspection framework How the new framework is working in practice Jane Wotherspoon Her Majesty’s Inspector National Lead, Early Years CIF: how is it working in practice?
  2. 2.  Inspect the right things in the right way through a standardised inspection framework  Provide comparable and accurate information for parents, carers, learners and employers to inform their choices  Deliver timely inspections where there are signs of decline or improvement  Have a proportionate approach to inspections  Ensure rigorous quality of all inspections. Principles of inspection reform CIF: how is it working in practice?
  3. 3. Understanding the changes
  4. 4. Inspectors make graded judgements, using the four- point scale, on the following areas:  Effectiveness of leadership and management  Quality of teaching, learning and assessment  Personal development, behaviour and welfare  Outcomes for children and learners. They also make a written judgement about the effectiveness of safeguarding in the provision. Common Inspection Framework (CIF)
  5. 5. CIF: how is it working in practice?  Pre-schools and nurseries now have half a day’s notice of a routine cycle inspection  Specific judgement on teaching, learning and assessment  Separate judgement on outcomes Main changes for early years
  6. 6. CIF: how is it working in practice?  Good and outstanding maintained nursery schools have a short inspection every three years Main changes for early years
  7. 7. CIF: how is it working in practice? Inspections carried out by 31 December 2015 and published as at 31 January 2016. Grade profile for the autumn term
  8. 8. CIF: how is it working in practice? Inspections carried out by 31 December 2015 and published as at 31 January 2016. CIF judgements
  9. 9. CIF: how is it working in practice? The impact of qualifications – inspections to March 2015
  10. 10. CIF: how is it working in practice? The impact of qualifications – inspections to March 2015

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Jane Wotherspoon HMI, National Lead for the Early Years Foundation Stage, spoke at 'Next steps for early years - extending provision, building capacity and developing the workforce': a Westminster Education Forum event on 19 April 2016.

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