The Annual Report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education,Children’s Services and Skills 2018/19: Presented to Parliament Pursuant to Section 121 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006: Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed 21 January 2020.
Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (England)
Federal Publication/Policy Technical Report
Published: January 21, 2020
Great Britain Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (England)
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This annual report shares the findings of the United Kingdom’s Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) for 2018/2019. For the review, Ofsted inspected more than 26,700 schools, colleges, and providers of social care, early years, and further education and skills in the United Kingdom. Findings indicate 86% of the schools are judged to be good or outstanding, 96% of early years (EY) providers are judged good or outstanding, and 81% of inspected further education and skills (FES) providers are judged to be good or outstanding. The first part of the report explains a new inspection framework, findings from a review of the curriculum, the development of self-regulation and resilience in children, the incidence of off-rolling, teacher workload and well-being, the lack of capacity in the social care workforce, the problem of unregulated providers and unregistered children’s homes, secure training centers and secure children’s homes, multi-agency working across the system, special education needs and disability, mental disorders, sexual abuse in residential schools, prosecutions of illegal schools, underperforming schools, the prohibition from inspecting outstanding schools, apprenticeships, inspecting the nursery chains, the changing picture of children’s home ownership, regulatory review, and new research and evaluation programs. Following sections of the annual report provide specific information in the areas of children’s social care, early years, State-funded schools and initial teacher education, independent and unregistered schools, children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities, and further education and skills providers and programs. 17 tables, 33 figures, and numerous references.
United Kingdom; schools; child welfare services; residential care institutions; children with disabilities; program evaluation; outcomes; standards; residential schools; foster children