Annal Nayyar reports Ofsted will carry out shorter, more frequent school inspections,

Ofsted will carry out shorter, more frequent school inspections, with all inspectors to be directly employed by the watchdog. Sir Michael Wilshaw has said there was “little point” in sending inspectors to visit “good” schools every five years; rather, those schools would receive more frequent but shorter visits from Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMIs). The only schools to be subjected to full inspections would be those in the bottom two categories, “requires improvement” and “inadequate”, with those on the cusp on achieving “outstanding” also receiving longer inspection visits

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