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This report examines the degree to which information and communication technology (ICT) has become embedded in schools across the curriculum and the success of a sample of schools in using a new self-evaluation opportunity. The report offers examples of good practice from a range of primary, secondary and special schools in embedding ICT within teaching practice and explores the opportunities for further development in this area.
- 16 Dec 2005
- Ref 2391
Since September 2005 Ofsted has selected a total sample of 60 primary and 60 secondary schools for the annual ICT subject survey. Primary schools were visited for one day and secondary schools for two days.
- 09 Jan 2008
- Ref 070214
This interim report is based partly on the findings of Ofsted’s national programme of school and local education authority (LEA) inspections, but mainly on visits to schools and LEAs. The visits included 128 primary schools, 44 special schools, 401 secondary school departments and 10 LEAs.
- 08 May 2001
- Ref 264
This is the second progress report by Ofsted on the effects of the government’s information and communication technology (ICT) initiatives for schools. The report draws its evidence mainly from visits to schools and local education authorities (LEAs). Additional evidence is taken from the findings of Ofsted’s national programme of school and LEA inspections.
- 10 Apr 2002
- Ref 423
Ofsted’s inspection of the impact of government initiatives in information and communication technology began in 1999. Reports were also published in 2001 and 2002.
- 14 May 2004
- Ref 2050
The new key skills qualification arose from recommendations in Sir Ron Dearing’s review of qualifications for 16-19 year olds, which was produced in March 1996. It assesses performance in the three key skills of Communication, Information Technology and Application of Number.
- 01 Jan 1997
- Ref 218
A statistical bulletin from the DfES.
- 01 Jan 2000
- £ 3.50
- ISBN 0-11-270985-0