Barely a week goes by without Ofsted making headlines in the UK; such is the power and influence of the schools’ inspectorate. From September, Ofsted inspections will follow a new education inspection framework that focuses more on the curriculum, course content and behaviour and disruptiveness of students in the classroom than on test results
This summer Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Buckingham, sat down with Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector at Ofsted, to discuss all this, what schools can do to prepare students for university and much, much more at the Festival of Higher Education.
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