2 edition of Framework for the inspection of Local Education Authorities found in the catalog.
Framework for the inspection of Local Education Authorities
Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education.
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Health and safety legislation in Great Britain is enforced by HSE or one of the over local authorities depending on the main activity carried out at any particular premises. In general LAs are the main enforcing authority for retail, wholesale distribution and warehousing, hotel and catering premises, offices, and the consumer/leisure framework was the nationally prescribed benchmarks and targets for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4. The Schools Standards and Framework Act redefined the power of local authorities and required them to prepare education development plans which included school and LEA targets. While the intention behind top-
Inspection teams use this same framework to reach evaluations of the quality and effectiveness of services provided by partnerships. Inspectors collect and review evidence in relation to all 17 quality indicators in the framework and use this understanding to answer the five inspection questions above. In addition to answering the inspection of services for. The new Ofsted Inspection Framework for was announced by Ofsted in This article summarise the key changes Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, highlighted in some of her earlier speeches on the ://
A bespoke quality framework for supporting improvement in learning, raising attainment and closing the poverty related attainment gap. This framework is designed to support colleagues in education authorities as they evaluate the impact of the Scottish Attainment Challenge on improving learning, raising attainment and closing the poverty related attainment :// This document is provided to assist local authorities to evaluate and improve the way in which they deliver expectations of the Joint Agreement, and subsequent guidance documents, in the context of the empowerment of schools. PDF file: Improving school empowerment through self-evaluation: a framework for local authorities ( KB)
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This revised Framework for the inspection of local education authorities (LEAs) con-stitutes the basis for continued LEA inspections by the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) and the Audit Commission from January All LEAs have been inspected at least once, and this Framework, and the inspection regime it gov- for the inspection of Local Education.
This revised framework for the inspection of local education authorities (LEAs) constitutes the basis for continued inspections of LEAs by Ofsted and the Audit Commission from January Many LEAs have been inspected twice, and the outcomes of that work have helped foster the development of this inspection regime THE STATUTORY BASIS FOR INSPECTION 1.
Inspections of local education authorities (LEAs) take place under sections of the Education Act Section 38 provides that Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools (HMCI) ‘may, and, if requested to do so by the Secretary of State, shall, arrange for any LEA to be inspected’.
The ILACS framework provides a proportionate and efficient inspection system. The inspection system rigorously investigates the social work practice of local :// The aim of these inspections is to assist local authorities in their duty to promote high standards and fulfilment of potential so that all children and young people benefit from at least a good education.
This inspection framework replaces the one published in May The inspection arrangements have been revised so that: Ofsted's new education inspection framework applies to maintained schools and academies, non-association independent schools, further education and skills providers and early years :// January It replaced the single inspection framework (SIF) for all inspections of LA services for children in need of help and protection, children in care and care leavers.
Inspections under the ILACS framework, as with the SIF, evaluate the effectiveness of local authority (LA) services and arrangements, including: / Guidance for the inspection of local government education services Summary This guidance sets out the way Estyn will conduct inspections of local government education services (LGES) from September Ofsted's framework and guidance for inspecting local authority services for children in need of help and protection, children in care and care :// [Withdrawn] The framework for the inspection of local authority arrangements for supporting school improvement MS Word Document, KB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive :// Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED), corp creator.
() Framework for the inspection of local education :// Local area SEND inspection framework AprilNo 6 further development. Inspectors will test out the accuracy of this understanding during the inspection as they make their evaluation. Legislative basis for inspection Local area inspections of responsibilities for children and young people with THE STATUTORY BASIS FOR INSPECTION 1.
Inspections of Local Education Authorities (LEAs) take place under section 38 of the Education Actwhich provides that Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools (HMCI) ‘may, and, if requested to do so by the Secretary of State, shall, arrange for any LEA to be inspected’.
Annual Report Read the Chief Inspector’s Annual Report for in-depth analysis of education and training over the last three years. Annual Report and Accounts Ofsted will use the single inspection framework (SIF) for some re-inspections of inadequate children’s services.
From Ofsted will use a new framework and guidance for most inspections of Within the ILACS system, deciding which type of inspection to deploy in which local authority is a complex and dynamic process. Figure 1 sets out this process. Figure 1. Steps for agreeing the ILACS inspection programme.
Proportionate timing of inspection. We will inspect local authorities based on the intelligence we have about them local authorities and health services, early years settings, schools, further education providers and other organisations can inform themselves about the process and procedures of inspection.
The handbook should also support local areas in their self-evaluation and ongoing improvement. The handbook provides guidance and should not be //LA_SEND_inspection_handbook_pdf.
Inspection of local authority children's services (ILACS) Slide 6 Pathway 1 For good/outstanding local authorities Pathway 2 For requires improvement local authorities Pathway 3 For inadequate local authorities Focused visit or JTAI (Some LAs may have short inspection first) Focused visits or JTAI (Some LAs may have standard inspection first Education Scotland is a Scottish Government executive agency responsible for supporting quality and improvement in Scottish education.
Inspection and review Standards and evaluation framework. Evaluating quality and improvement in Scottish :// /inspection-and-review/standards-and-evaluation-framework. Framework to evaluate how well local authorities are improving learning, raising attainment and closing the poverty related attainment gap We have developed our sector specific frameworks in partnership with stakeholders.
On occasion, we carry out inspection and review in response to identified :// /our-inspection-frameworks. inspection process through open consultation and publication of its inspection frameworks and guidance, and through the wider dissemination of inspection findings. ByOfsted was also responsible for inspecting the post-compulsory education of students aged 16 to 19 years; teacher education; local education authorities intervention following an Ofsted inspection grading as ‘inadequate’, under the current Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS) framework.
This power is triggered under Section A of the Education Act The secretary of state (or the minister of state on their behalf) has a high degree of discretion but 60 must know - what happens.This framework is designed to help to evaluate how well local authorities are improving learning, raising attainment and closing the poverty related attainment gap.
To do this selected QIs are used to answer key questions2: Question 1: How effective is the education service’s leadership, governance and management of Scottish