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This report was produced at the request of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector to contribute to his advice to the Secretary of State for Education and Skills about the future policy for religious education, collective worship and Standing Advisory Councils for Religious Education (SACREs), and to inform the continuing debate about the role of SACREs.
- 26 Nov 2004
- Ref 2269
These primary inspection findings complement the 2002/03 Annual Report.
- 04 Feb 2004
- Ref 1993
These secondary inspection findings complement the 2002/03 Annual Report.
- 04 Feb 2004
- Ref 1979
Ofsted’s inspection of the impact of government initiatives in information and communication technology began in 1999. Reports were also published in 2001 and 2002.
- 14 May 2004
- Ref 2050
In recognition of the developing nature of citizenship as a new curriculum subject, Ofsted agreed with the TTA that inspection arrangements for 2003/04 would be modified to take account of the potential difficulties faced by providers in finding sufficient suitable school placements. Five PGCE courses were inspected under these arrangements. This overview report draws on evidence from these inspections.
- 12 Nov 2004
- Ref 2299
This page has documents from the 2003/04 conferences.
- 08 Dec 2004
- Ref 2318
This guidance is a revised edition of a booklet originally published in 2001 as part of a training course in the inspection of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. In September 2003, Ofsted made a version of this training course available to schools.
- 16 Mar 2004
- Ref 2125
The Physical Education, School Sport and Club Links (PESSCL) programme was launched in October 2002. The PESSCL programme is being delivered through eight programmes. The gifted and talented programme is dedicated to improving the range and quality of teaching, coaching and learning for pupils talented in sports
- 17 Aug 2004
- Ref 2149
The Standards Fund for Music was introduced so that local education authority (LEA) music services could bid for grants. Ofsted inspected LEA provision and this was followed by a survey - see Local education authority music services. Between November 2003 and April 2004, a further 15 inspections were conducted and are reported on in Provision of music services.
- 22 Oct 2004
- Ref 2296
This survey was undertaken to identify reasons for the wide range in attainment in reading among primary-aged pupils; to disseminate schools' effective practice in reducing underachievement and developing pupils' positive attitudes to reading; and to describe key features of the successful teaching of reading.
- 14 Dec 2004
- Ref 2393