Documents by type: Total (8)
Ofsted has a large catalogue of publications.
To browse the sub-section you are in, please use the A–Z displayed above.
To browse by date, please use the navigation below.
Set month filter for 2001
To search for publications by title or key word, please use the search facility featured below.
Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools: standards and quality in education 1999/2000
The 1999/2000 Annual Report is available on The Stationery Office's website.
- 01 Feb 2001
This interim report presents a summary of findings of survey work on the first year of Curriculum 2000 carried out by Ofsted and the new qualifications introduced. The judgements are based on visits by inspectors to a sample of 100 secondary schools in England (see the annex).
- 19 Dec 2001
- Ref 343
This report is based upon the findings of the inspections carried out by Ofsted at the request of the Secretary of State for Education and Employment during 1999/2000. The purpose of the report is to analyse the action taken by schools to address serious problems of attendance and behaviour and to establish how this action relates to other elements of school improvement.
- 28 Feb 2001
In the academic year 1996/97, responsibility for allocating funds for the in-service postgraduate training of teachers was transferred to the Teacher Training Agency. A condition of receiving funding was that providers would be inspected by Ofsted.
- 01 Jan 2001
- Ref 272
In January 1999, the Independent Schools Council became responsible for inspecting its member schools. This report covers the first year of Independent Schools Inspectorate inspections.
- 09 Feb 2001
This report focuses on the work in 26 local authorities where targets were known to have been set in the Education Development Plan to raise the achievement of looked after children in order to meet the recently set national of one GCSE (at grade A-G) and to exceed it where possible.
- 03 Apr 2001
- Ref 245
Many governors are eager to know how they can be better at what they do. This report describes how one particular group of governors, those in schools in special measures, have improved their work. The lessons learned by these governors can equally apply to governors in other schools who want to be more effective.
- 25 Jun 2001
- Ref 281
The survey had three purposes:
- to identify the impact the specialist schools programme is having on attainment and the quality of provision in the designated schools;
- to evaluate how schools are managing their role,including their role in relation to other local schools and the wider community;and
- to illustrate good practice and highlight factors accounting for it.
- 09 Oct 2001
- Ref 327