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Advanced skills teachers - 2002/03

Advanced skills teachers were introduced to help schools attract and retain excellent teachers and to increase staff motivation, raise pupils’ achievement levels and broaden the skills and knowledge base of schools. In 2001, Ofsted published a report on its 1999/2000 survey. This report is based on a survey of a larger sample in 2002/03.

  • 31 Oct 2003
  • Ref 1767
  • Ofsted

Mandatory qualifications for teachers of pupils with sensory impairment

In 2001, the Department for Education and Skills gave approval for eight institutions or partnerships to provide training in one or more of the three sensory impairment specialisms. During the academic year 2003/04, Ofsted visited the providers as part of a survey to evaluate the quality and impact of the training, and the extent to which the provision meets the national specification.

  • 08 Nov 2004
  • Ref 2297
  • Ofsted