Education inspection framework The consultation outcomes

Education inspection framework The consultation outcomes

Education inspection framework: Inspecting the substance of education The consultation outcomes Schools Paul Williams Her Majestys Inspector Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes 20 May 2019 Slide 1 Todays session The Ofsted strategy and the new framework The consultation findings The judgement areas Responses to school specific consultation questions (Changes to section 8, on-site prep & use of data) Recurrent themes in responses

Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 2 A force for improvement through intelligent, responsible and focused inspection and Ofsted strategy 201722 regulation The new framework The curriculum at the heart of inspection. No need to produce progress and attainment data for Ofsted, helping reduce unnecessary workload. All pupils should have access to a highquality education. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 3

Developmen t Inspection experience 26 years of inspecting education Most research-informed framework Research shared publicly Largest ever number of pilot inspections More than 250 pilot inspections Sharing draft inspection handbooks First time weve consulted on the handbooks Consultation Ofsteds biggest ever consultation

Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 4 The consultation responses Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 5 The consultation responses 16 January5 April 2019 More than 15,000 responses Almost 11,000 responses to online questionnaire

Over 600 email responses Over 4,000 responses as a result of a campaign by YoungMinds Over 150 face-to-face engagement events Over 400 people joined external webinars Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 6 The judgement areas: quality of education Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 7

Quality of education judgement The new quality of education judgement puts the real substance of education, the curriculum, at the heart of inspection. Inspectors will have a connected, educationally focused curriculum design, coverage, conversation, incorporating: appropriateness and delivery teaching (pedagogy) assessment (formative and summative) attainment and progress (including national tests and assessments) reading readiness for the next stage of 8 Quality of education: what people said

Overall percentage of respondents Strongly ... 28 47 Neither agree or dis... 7 Dis Strongly dis... 12 5 Don't... 1 Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes

Three-quarters of respondents agreed or strongly agreed with this proposal. Many respondents were pleased with the proposed focus on the curriculum rather than an over-focus on performance data. Many parents were pleased with the direction of travel. Slide 9 What we are doing in response Introducing a new quality

of education judgement from September 2019. The inspection handbooks have been updated to set out how this key judgement will be inspected in different contexts. Introducing a transition period, which will be reviewed after a year. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 10 Inspection model for quality of education Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes

Slide 11 What will be included in the deep dives? Discussio ns with senior leaders Scrutiny of pupils work Discussio ns with teachers

Discussio ns with pupils Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Discussio ns with curriculu m leaders Visits to a connecte d sample of lessons Slide 12 The judgement areas:

personal development and behaviour and attitudes Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 13 Separate judgements for personal development and behaviour and attitudes Personal developme nt, welfare and behaviour Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Personal

development Behaviour and attitudes Slide 14 Separating the judgements: what people Nearly eight in 10 said Overall percentage of respondents Strongly a... 24 A 54

Neither agree or disa... Disa... 13 5 Strongly disa... 3 Don't ... 1 Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes respondents supported introducing separate judgements. A strong majority of respondents from all education sectors supported this proposal.

Concerns were raised by some that the proposed behaviour and attitudes judgement would fail to reflect the realities of education providers working in challenging circumstances. Slide 15 What we are doing in response Introducing two new, separate judgements: personal development and behaviour and attitudes. Recognising the importance of pastoral care. Revising the grade descriptors to address concerns around how

bullying will be inspected. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 16 New inspection judgements Overall effectiveness Quality of education Personal developm ent Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Behaviour and

attitudes Leadershi p and managem ent Slide 17 Changes to section 8 inspections Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 18 Proposal: Increase section 8 inspections from one to two days Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes

Slide 19 Changes to S8: what people said Overall percentage of respondents Strongly a... 12 A Neither agree or disa... Disa... 23 9 19 Strongly disa... Don't ...1

Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes 37 Responses to this proposal were mixed. More than a third of respondents supported the proposal, but more than half of respondents did not support the proposed changes. This response looked different when broken down by school phase. Slide 20 Changes to S8: what people said

Among those who supported the proposal, there was a recognition that inspecting and reporting on the curriculum would require greater breadth and depth of activities on inspection. More respondents from secondary schools agreed with the proposal than those from primary schools. The main concern from those working in the smallest schools was that a two day section 8 inspection would be a similar experience to a section 5 inspection, especially taking into account the proposal about the onsite preparation. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 21 What we are doing in response

Increasing the length of section 8 inspections from one day to two days for most schools. Schools with 150 or fewer pupils on roll will continue to receive a one day inspection. The two day inspection will apply to all special schools Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes

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Nearly three-quarters of those responding to the questionnaire disagreed or strongly disagreed with this proposal. It was supported by approximately one-fifth of respondents. Feedback from schools that experienced this proposal through our programme of pilots was generally positive. Slide 25 What we are doing in response

We have listened to the concern about this proposal and we will not introduce on-site preparation. To keep the benefits, we will introduce a 90minute telephone call between the lead inspector and the headteacher, or their nominated delegate, during the afternoon before inspection begins. This will enable professional dialogue to begin about the education provided by the Education inspection framework: school the consultationand outcomesfacilitate planning the inspection

Slide 26 The use of non-statutory internal progress and attainment data Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 27 Inspectors will not look at non-statutory internal progress and attainment data We proposed that inspectors will: not look at schools internal progress and attainment data for current pupils

continue to have regard to published national data focus on what is taught and how it contributes to the schools Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 28 intent. The data question: what people said Overall percentage of respondents Strongly a... 17 A

25 Neither agree or disa... 14 Disa... 26 Strongly disa... Don't ... 17 1 Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes

More than two in five respondents to the online questionnaire agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal. The same proportion of respondents disagreed or strongly disagreed. There was much more support from teachers and parents than headteachers. Slide 29 What we will do in response We will proceed with inspectors not looking at non-statutory progress and attainment data.

Inspectors will ask what leaders understand about progress and attainment in the school, and will then say lets see that first-hand, together. Inspectors will consider the actions taken by schools in response to their understanding of progress and attainment, and the impact of these actions. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 30 Recurring themes in responses Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 31

Reference to specific learners Leaders must have a clear and ambitious vision for providing high-quality, inclusive education and training to all. Special education needs and disabilities SEND considerations continue to be an important aspect of inspection. Feedback has helped to make this aspect stronger. Revisions made to inspection handbooks about what will take into account include: inspectors remembering that pupils with SEND have varied starting points taking into account complex vulnerabilities,

which may mean additional safeguarding challenges having high expectations when looking at the behaviour and attitudes of pupils with SEND ensuring that we all have high expectations for pupils with SEND. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 33 Mental health The education inspection framework is built around the factors that have the greatest protective effect for all children: a good education high-quality pastoral care a culture that promotes a strong

connection between children and learners and their community (in this case, their school or provider). Education inspection framework 2019: the consultation outcomes Slide Early years in schools We received a number of responses that the judgement criteria for early years provision in the schools inspection handbook did not align with the criteria for registered early years settings. It was felt that the criteria for schools was

too focused on Reception-age children and did not take enough account of schools with two- and three-year-olds. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 35 Early years in schools What are we doing in response We have: aligned the schools handbook closely with EY handbook for registered settings reviewed the judgement criteria, and this section now has more emphasis on EY provision for two- and three-year-olds as well as still identifying specific criteria that are applicable for Reception-age children

added a section to clarify the approach to inspecting a maintained nursery school. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 36 Documents the consultation has informed Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 37 Documents the consultation has informed Responses to the consultation have informed the final drafts of the following documents, which have been published alongside the consultation report:

Education inspection framework Early years inspection handbook Maintained schools and academies section 5 inspection handbook Maintained schools and academies section 8 inspection handbook Non-association independent schools inspection handbook Further education and skills inspection handbook Equality, diversity and inclusion statement. Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 38 Thank you [email protected] Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 39 Ofsted on the web and on social

media www.gov.uk/ofsted https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted www.youtube.com/ofstednews www.slideshare.net/ofstednews www.twitter.com/ofstednews Education inspection framework: the consultation outcomes Slide 40

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