Chief inspector comes under fire for saying that schools cannot be the 'silver bullet' in promoting healthy eating
New guidance addresses school data, the EBacc and whether schools need a fence
Ofsted wants schools to embed 'respect for different beliefs', but doesn't practice what it preaches, says this teacher
Join the Tes team as we talk about some of the biggest topics of the week
Proportion of Ofsted inspections or activities that trigger a complaint falls
Ofsted received 13 legal threats over its inspection reports in 2017-18
Education Datalab find schools with poor, white intakes tend to get worse Ofsted ratings – but this predates Progress 8
Amanda Spielman says too many schools take 'superficial' approach, relying on wall displays and 'motivational assemblies'
If Ofsted is to judge behaviour, it must appreciate that it's complex and influenced by many factors, says James Bowen
Inspectorate examining how to best use existing powers
Pupils who were due to start in September at the UTC in Sussex will now be moved to other schools
Headteachers are being pushed to prioritise 'the interests of the school', says new study
Ofsted, baseline and new early learning goals have left the early years sector feeling under siege, writes Sue Cowley
One Monday morning, an army of Ofsted 33 inspectors arrived at seven sites, spread from London to Newcastle
The inspectorate refuses to take into account the socioeconomic factors for schools in poor areas, writes Colin Richards
As college groups get bigger, giving a single inspection grade for all campuses doesn't work, writes NCG's Joe Docherty
Great school leadership isn't dictated by external bodies – we need leaders who think for themselves, says Colin Harris
Thinktank says video tutoring apps could help 300,000 pupils make significant progress
The inspectorate is looking to increase the focus on behaviour in FE settings as part of its new framework
Where is the evidence that shows Ofsted judgements have a positive impact on schools in deprived areas?
Chairman of governors accuses Ofsted of "clear disrespect of the Orthodox Jewish community"
Inspectorate warns that thousands of pupils are leaving schools before GCSE
Jewish school criticised for 'prohibiting pupils learning'
Ofsted chief says behavioural problems could be rooted in the family, in the education system or a child's peer group
MP warns of schools' 'rife' use of misleading 'cod' statistics to impress parents
Dr Zubaida Haque outlines 10 things the Ofsted boss ignored in saying white working-class pupils have 'low aspirations'
It’s time for a radical overhaul of Ofsted, writes one teacher. In its current form, it’s beyond redemption
The pressure of accountability means schools, teachers and pupils are fearful of taking risks, warns Bernard Trafford
Visa problems stopping schools from filling vacancies, and an A-level blunder, were among the week's biggest headlines
Inspectorate in talks with DfE about 'outstanding' schools