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How service children's education is inspected

Providers of service children's education are treated in the same way as state schools, and inspected by Ofsted at least once every three years. A team of inspectors led by a registered inspector spends no longer than two days in the setting gathering evidence, including observing lessons and speaking to teachers and pupils, to report on well they are performing. They normally receive about two days' notice of their inspection.

More inspection reports will be added in due course.

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