Which schools are Ofsted outstanding?
|Rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted in 2021 By alphabetical order A-Z|
|Hungerford Nursery School Centre for Children||Nursery|
|Irby Primary School||Primary|
|Leagrave Primary School||Primary|
What happens to an inadequate school?
When a school is rated as inadequate they are usually closed and reopened as an academy, this often means they’ll be sponsored by an academy chain with experience of running a number of similar schools.
How many pupils does perins school have?
Today Perins School is a comprehensive school for students aged 11-16 with 1,150 students on roll.
What is the lowest Ofsted rating?
What is the Ofsted grading?
- grade 1: outstanding.
- grade 2: good.
- grade 3: requires improvement.
- grade 4: inadequate.
What happens when a school is deemed inadequate by Ofsted?
When we judge a school as inadequate, we place the school in a category of concern. This means that we judge the school either to have serious weaknesses or to require special measures.
How often do Ofsted inspect inadequate schools?
Inadequate schools are monitored and are subject to more frequent inspection. There’s no fixed timetable for inspections, but they will normally have a full inspection within 30 months.
When was wildern school built?
1933Wildern School / Founded
Are Ofsted still inspecting schools 2022?
A school that was previously judged good or outstanding by Ofsted at a section 5 inspection is normally then inspected under section 8 approximately every four years. From September 2022, good schools will be inspected around 3 to 4 terms later than normal.
Are Ofsted reports reliable?
The annual teachers’ survey, which quizzed over 1,000 teachers on their awareness and perceptions of Ofsted, was published today. It found just 18 per cent of teachers agreed Ofsted acts as a reliable and trusted arbiter of schools, with 55 per cent disagreeing.
Is good a good Ofsted rating?
There is a 4-point grading scale used for inspection judgements: grade 1: outstanding. grade 2: good. grade 3: requires improvement.
What’s the worst Ofsted rating?
What questions will Ofsted ask teachers?
Ofsted’s changed regime: Questions to consider
- Do we have a clear and ambitious vision for our curriculum?
- Is my curriculum logically structured to ensure pupils remember more?
- Is my curriculum tailored to the school’s context?
- Are governors skilled and effective in holding the leadership to account?
What constitutes gross misconduct for a headteacher?
Being on duty under the influence of drinks or drugs, other than those that have been medically prescribed. Deliberate falsification of documentation. Criminal conduct. Breaches of the school’s equal opportunities including racial and sexual discrimination/harassment.
Can a headteacher date a teacher?
Can A Headteacher Date A Teacher. While there is no law against dating a teacher, holding the teacher accountable becomes challenging for the headteacher responsible for their evaluation. Additionally, any data presented in their evaluation would be seen as biased by other staff members.
How do you know if a lesson has been successful?
How do you know if your lesson plan was effective?
- Video tape yourself. It is remarkable how much we see when we review a video of ourselves delivering a lesson plan.
- Ask a trusted colleague to observe you.
- Ask a trusted colleague to read your lesson plan for you.
- Take notes during class.
- Check test scores and homework.
Can Ofsted sack a headteacher?
No. OFSTED has no power to fire a headteacher and they do not instruct governing bodies to do so either. However, a very poor OFSTED report may make a head feel they have no option but to resign.