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Ofsted's new inspection plan for the autumn term


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Gill Jones and  Wendy Ratcliff have just announced in the Ofsted Big Conversation that Ofsted will conduct interim visits in the autumn term, for settings previously judged as inadequate or requires improvement, who were issued actions for a breach of one or more of the EYFS safeguarding and welfare requirements. They will not be, initially, carrying out EIF inspections, due to the relaxation of the EYFS requirements during the pandemic. Therefore, these visits will not result in a judgement, but a short summary will be written and included on the provider page of the website.

However, from September 25th, providers must once again meet the learning and development requirements in full. Usual inspections may start in December to start to clear those that were judged as inadequate or RI.


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