Delaying plans for the new inspection framework might please some - but it would be the students who would suffer, writes a senior Ofsted official
Watchdog says its changes will 'expose emperor’s new clothes'
Will Amanda Spielman's embarrassing LBC interview encourage her to scrap all grading from Ofsted inspections?
Some Scottish high schools are overhauling their curricula – but it’s an 'uneven playing field'
Union writing to Amanda Spielman over Harford tweet
The NAHT is right: the word 'outstanding' is losing all meaning, argues Michael Tidd
Ofsted never will be able to 'assure' the quality of education – but it can give valuable insights, says Colin Richards
Ofsted aims to help to deliver a broad curriculum – and the DfE has said it wants the same thing, says Stephen Rollett
Chief inspector previously signalled wariness about formally assessing approaches to workload
MPs say that inspectorate could become 'figleaf for government failures'
Ofsted is currently subject to much speculation and scrapping. How this will play out is anyone’s guess
For teachers, the digital revolution has had its pros and cons, writes veteran headteacher Colin Harris
Spielman prepared to go back to 'spitting blood' days to defend new school inspection framework
Significant concerns about plans to inspect schools' approach to the curriculum are being raised – including at the DfE
The system no longer celebrates sports days, school plays or the joy of Harvest Festival
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Proportion of Ofsted inspections or activities that trigger a complaint falls
Better training is needed to ensure professionals are able to spot signs of neglect in older children, say inspectorates
One Monday morning, an army of Ofsted 33 inspectors arrived at seven sites, spread from London to Newcastle
Tes Scotland sparks debate on whether inspections actually raise standards
It’s time for a radical overhaul of Ofsted, writes one teacher. In its current form, it’s beyond redemption
Inspectorate in talks with DfE about 'outstanding' schools
Nicola Sturgeon points to increase in inspections planned for 2018-19
Chief inspector Amanda Spielman also defends Ofsted's focus on curriculum
Year-long investigation reveals some of Scotland’s schools are going uninspected for 16 years
Will schools – and inspectors – be prepared for this change of focus? There's a lot at stake, says Tes' head of content
Ofsted has inspected Learndirect Apprenticeships, set up by the controversial firm to deliver levy-funded provision
Independent Schools inspectorate finds that Catholica boarding school does not check new staff 'with sufficient rigour'
Being an inspector has to be 'an attractive job and something that people want to stay in for a decent stint'
The impending arrival of the new insolvency regime is...