You can’t blame celebrity edubloggers for teachers’ unreasonable workloads – Albert Einstein In his indefatigable efforts to get schools and teachers to recognise that much of what is done in the name of demonstrating progress for Ofsted’s benefit is a pointless waste of time, apparently, Ofsted’s National Director, Mike Cladingbowl has been blaming me for inventing … … Continue reading →
OFSTED CHIEF and teacher stress The Telegraph 10 May 2012 Someone shoot him. Please?
6 Ways To Successfully Measure Looked After Children's Progress Looked After Children One of the questions we are often asked by providers is, how can we measure progress in a way that satisfies Ofsted at Inspection? What follows is 6 things to consider when measuring progress. Looked After Children's Progress in education can be measured and evidenced in various ways,