Inspections are returning – how will the pandemic have affected your grade?
The announcement that inspections will be resuming for the summer term, many schools have one burning question…
After a pandemic year, how will Ofsted assess the four key judgements and how will their school fare?
Join us at the School Inspection Conference as we examine this in greater detail and help schools prepare for one of the most unqiue inspection processes to face schools in a long time!
The conference will also explore how the inspection process can support self-improvement and the development of best practice and effective ways of working.
Take a look at the complete agenda below!
What will the conference cover?
- Preparing for the return of graded inspections – what do you need to know?
- Curriculum: getting ready for the end of the extended Framework transition period
- Assessing and mitigating the impact of the pandemic on personal development
- Supporting positive mental wellbeing, and promoting healthy relationships
- Taking a whole school approach to effective SEND provision
- Driving self-improvement through the inspection process
- Registration and networking
- Chair’s welcome
Covid-19 and Ofsted: preparing for the return of graded inspections
- Assessing the impact of Covid disruption on schools
- Vulnerable children, safety and wellbeing
- What will inspectors be looking for?
- Covid response and accountability
- Lessons learnt and potential future changes
- Refreshments and networking
Curriculum and the Quality of Education
- How has the pandemic affected curriculum design and delivery?
- Assessing remote learning and online provision
- The new Framework: preparing for the end of the transition period
- Priority areas for continued curriculum development
- Measuring impact and effectiveness
Beyond attainment: supporting personal development and wellbeing
- How has the pandemic impacted personal development?
- Prioritising mental health and wellbeing
- Developing positive attitudes to learning
- Teaching healthy relationships and social interactions
- Promoting equality, inclusion and diversity
- Break and networking
Inspecting SEND provision
- Co-ordinated responses and partnership working
- Assessing and meeting needs
- Using data to improve outcomes
- Accountability and leadership
- Working with parents and families
- Break and networking
Using the inspections process to drive self-improvement
- How can the framework support the development of best practice?
- Using inspection feedback to identify areas for improvement
- Demonstrating the effectiveness of improvement plans
- The impact of changes to accountability arrangements for 2021
- Taking a whole school approach to improvement
- Close of conference