Colin Logan, senior education lead at SSAT, examines the new Ofsted framework and determines its impacts on various aspects of the education system.
On 5 April, SSAT formally responded to the draft Ofsted framework, which is scheduled to be used in schools, colleges and other education providers from September 2019. SSAT does not formally represent members’ views, rather our response is informed by
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Amanda Spielman debunks inspection myths and advocates for professional judgements in the interest of students during her main stage presentation at the SSAT National Conference 2018.
SSAT’s most popular blogger, senior education lead Colin Logan, highlights the key points, including some that are not specifically mentioned, in the new framework. Warning: this is a long blog – but worth it.
SSAT senior education lead Colin Logan reveals findings from phase 3 of Ofsted’s review and the implications for school leaders
Colin Logan, SSAT senior education lead, updates us on how Ofsted’s new approach is being translated into practice.
Colin Logan, SSAT senior education lead, explores the implications of the NAHT commission report on how the school accountability framework can be strengthened and improved.
Senior education lead Colin Logan highlights the key points that are emerging.
How a West Midlands school progressed from special measures to ‘good’ in under two years. In part 2, we look at how in the process it defined a much broader vision of what a good school can be.
How a West Midlands school progressed from special measures to ‘good’ in under two years – starting with a focus on teaching and learning, and behaviour.