The Self Assessment Report remains a critical document in an Ofsted Inspection

Effective Self-Assessment and Improvement Planning

The self-assessment report remains a critical document for Ofsted who analyse it for inspection preparation and for the risk assessment of providers when determining inspection schedules. The self-assessment process is a key way in which providers can measure the effectiveness of their provision against the EIF.

Whereas the focus on meeting the needs of all learners remains, and inspectors will continue to evaluate what it is “like to be a learner”, inspectors will look for convincing evidence that providers are responding to the EIF. The session will look at how you are able to develop an evidence-focused and impact-based report to help recognise this.

This session will keep the ‘deep dive’ approach in mind when considering how to self-assess to best effect.

  • Date: 01/01/1970
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  • Venue Online (Zoom)
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Effective Self-Assessment and Improvement Planning

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