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Ofsted's Race Equality Scheme is, together with our Disability Equality and Gender Equality Schemes, an important step to delivering our strategic goals. We hope you will take the time to read the scheme and give us your views. Feedback is important, as we are committed to continual improvement and will be monitoring the scheme and reviewing it annually. Please address any comments through our general enquiries email - email@example.com - and helpline 08456 404040.
Please also see the equality impact assessments information and guidance.
If you would like to know more about the work that we are doing on disability equality or other aspects of equality and diversity, please contact:
Peter Duffy, Deputy Director, Corporate Services, Ofsted, Alexandra House, 33 Kingsway, London WC2B 6SE.
17 Jun 2008 | HMI 20070021 | Ofsted |
RAISEonline allows you to look in detail at pupil attainment and progress. This level of analysis is available to schools and non-school users and does not require data management.
A second data set - School’s Own Data - can be edited by the school’s RAISEonline administrator using data management. Data management allows a school to make use of a wider range of reporting and analysis features in RAISEonline.
09 Jan 2008 | HMI 70215 | HMI 070215 | Ofsted |
As part of the New Relationship with Schools programme, Ofsted and the DfES are working together to streamline the provision of data analysis to schools by merging the Performance and Assessment Reports (the PANDA) with the Pupil Achievement Tracker (PAT). The new product will be known as RAISEonline (Reporting and Analysis for Improvement through School self-Evaluation).
RAISEonline will provide headteachers, teachers, LAs, School Improvement Partners (SIPs) and inspectors with a wide range of analytical information from one convenient source as well as providing schools with a tool for reviewing their performance data in greater depth as part of their self evaluation and target setting.
01 Aug 2006 | Ofsted |
RAISEonline is the new tool for schools and school improvement partners to explore the data on their performance.
The documents attached are materials that were used as part of a series of training events in the week beginning 17 July 2006 provided by the DfES, Ofsted, and National Strategies. The purpose of this training was to provide local authority education teams with a detailed background of RAISEonline for their own use and for the training of schools. As well as screen captures from RAISEonline, other sources such as National Strategies' e-learning module have also been used to make up these materials. The e-learning module will be available online later in 2006.
07 Aug 2006 | Ofsted |
This is used as part of the inspection framework for independent schools, from April 2007.
This was revised in December 2007.
21 Dec 2007 | HMI 20060046 | Ofsted |
The review has identified 6 main ways of reducing the burden of inspection on schools and others while maintaining the integrity of the inspection system.
03 May 2001 | Ofsted |
Reference guide to the key standards in each type of social care service inspected by Ofsted for inspections from 1 August 2008
Key standards for the inspection of:
- children's homes
- fostering services
- residential family centres
- boarding schools
- residential special schools
- accommodation of students under 18 by further education colleges
- private fostering.
10 Jul 2008 | HMI 080117 | Ofsted |
Ofsted will be using two new childcare provider registers from September 2008. This document introduces them, explains the new arrangements for registration and highlights exemptions to registration.
06 May 2008 | HMI 080043 | Ofsted |
This form must not be printed double-sided as it will be computer-scanned.
01 Apr 2007 | HMI 70087 | HMI 070087 | Ofsted |
From 1 September 2003, independent schools are required to apply to Ofsted for registration of any day care they provide, or intend to provide. Applications will be phased in over two years. The government introduced this requirement following a period of consultation so that all providers of care follow the same standards when looking after young children.
20 Feb 2004 | HMI 1663 | Ofsted |