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Ofsted’s family learning survey is part of its exclusion project which concentrates on inspecting strategies which aim particularly to keep those who are disadvantaged or disaffected in the system or encourage them to return to education and training.
- 01 Jan 2000
- Ref 220
Our teams think carefully about the likely equality impact of their work and will take action to improve strategies, policies and projects, where appropriate. Equality impact assessments (EIA) like this provide a tool to help them do this.
- 05 Mar 2008
Flexible postgraduate initial teacher training courses were introduced as a new route to Qualified Teacher Status for those who cannot follow a standard postgraduate certificate in education course. This report summarises the findings of a survey of this provision.
- 18 Dec 2003
- Ref 1766
This report examines the arrangements made by some general further education and tertiary colleges to provide at least some of their provision for 16-19-year-old students in a ‘focused’ way, notably through the establishment of sixth form centres. The report covers the findings of a survey by Ofsted of a sample of such colleges from October 2003 to February 2004. The structure of the report is based, in the main, on the Common Inspection Framework.
- 22 Jul 2004
- Ref 2277
As a result of the increased interest in the quality of food provided for children in schools and childcare, Ofsted has looked at whether children in the paid daily care of others receive good-quality meals and whether they learn at an early age the benefits of a healthy diet. This report is based on analysis of a short survey of healthy eating carried out at 110 settings across England during the last two weeks of February 2006. It will be of particular interest to early years childcare providers, parents, carers, local authorities and the Department for Education and Skills.
- 30 Mar 2006
- Ref 2548
New interim standards for food in schools came into force in September 2006. Our survey aimed to evaluate the progress schools were making in meeting these standards and to identify strategies helping pupils and families understand healthy eating.
- 03 Oct 2007
- Ref 070016
This report evaluates the effectiveness of provision in secondary schools for food technology within the National Curriculum subject, design and technology. It examines strengths and weaknesses in pupils' achievement and the tension between the teaching of food to develop life skills and using food as a means to teach design and technology. The report draws on inspection evidence collected by HMI between 2003 and 2005 and data from Ofsted's section 10 inspection database.
- 14 Mar 2006
- Ref 2633
This publication should only be used as a historical reference as some content is out of date.
This report examines some of the challenges faced by schools when special measures have been removed, and the reactions and responses of the key players in sustaining the school's improvement: the staff of the school, governors, parents, pupils and local education authorities (LEAs). It discusses the different strategies employed to maintain progress during the first 12 months after special measures have been removed in an attempt to indicate what works.
- 03 Apr 2001
- Ref 244
This report has been scanned and is now available as a suite of pdfs. The files are very large. Right-click your mouse and save them to your computer. Do not open online.
Ofsted's first survey of schools in special measures.
- 01 Jan 2001
- Ref 109
In the summer of 2005, Ofsted and the Adult Learning Inspectorate completed the first cycle of inspections of further education colleges. The four years of the cycle saw an improvement in the colleges, slow at first, but later more rapid, as the colleges learned to respond more effectively to the challenge of inspection and reinspection.
- 17 Nov 2005
- Ref 2532