Not enough being done to narrow the gap
Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education, Children's Services and Skills, Christine Gilbert, has called for renewed efforts to narrow the gap and improve the care and education of children and young people who have the odds stacked against them. In her annual state of the nation address she said that not enough was being done to raise achievement and aspirations, particularly for children in public care - but that there was evidence that the gap can be narrowed.
- 17 Oct 2007
- Ref no: NR- 2007-21
Teachers have more time to devote to pupils thanks to reforms designed to reduce paperwork and refocus their workload, inspectors have found.
- 09 Oct 2007
- Ref no: NR- 2007-20
The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) has today made a series of recommendations to help schools reverse the decline in the number of pupils eating school meals.
- 03 Oct 2007
- Ref no: NR- 2007-19