In January 2020, we changed our methodology, so that providers that were not directly funded and had not delivered education, training and/or apprenticeships for a period of 2 years would be marked as closed on our system. Agencies in too many areas work in silos. The Annual Report looks at schools, early years, further education and skills and children’s social care for the academic year 2018 to 2019. Notes that this year's Estyn report shows that more needs to be done to narrow the attainment gap between secondary school pupils in receipt of free school meals and their peers. We know that although these schools may face extremely challenging circumstances, it is possible for them to break free from their cycle of underperformance, particularly with the support of a strong MAT. This would mean that the current national minimum standards for residential special schools should be replaced by quality standards equivalent to those imposed on children’s homes, ensuring equivalent high levels of protection and care. Provision is also not always in the right place, so that some children are placed a long way from their home and family. We commissioned a YouGov survey on teachers’ views of off-rolling, which showed that teachers perceive an increase in the practice. [footnote 33] We are therefore aiming to increase the amount of work we do at MAT level. And we know that they have been inspired to make their curriculums truly inclusive – to be able to give every single learner the opportunity to acquire the same knowledge and learning. I report on that below. The proportion judged as inadequate has decreased considerably, from 22% to 12%. Also, when groups use standard models in all their provision, it is wasteful to test these out in full in every inspection. Ofsted needs stronger regulatory tools to address this. The impact of these changes on our statistics is: This change will not affect the Ofsted reports website, which always displays a full inspection history for each URN. [footnote 13] We know that education professionals report relatively high rates of work-related stress, although still below the average for all professional occupations in Britain. 2 The Committee during 2019-2020 2.1 Membership of the Committee during the year was as follows: Judith Fabian Non-Executive Director Arwel Thomas Non-Executive Director (Chair) Amanda Spielman, HMCI on the Annual Report 2018/19 and schools. We have seen schools and colleges narrow their curriculum and teach to the test. We will do this by combining the data from Ofsted inspection outcomes with funding and delivery data received from the Education and Skills Funding Agency. We know that increasing numbers of older children are in care (over 3,000 more aged over 16 in 2019 than in 2015)[footnote 16] but not enough has been done at a national level to understand the needs of children in order to be able to plan. This publication is licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where otherwise stated. This research reflects the position of science in primary schools a decade after science was removed from the key stage 2 universal testing programme and from accountability measures and nearly 15 years after the direction of government policy started to limit our capacity to look at what is taught in primary schools beyond English and mathematics. In autumn 2018, the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) reported a 29% increase in children seeking help from Childline after peer-on-peer abuse. Annual Report 2019-20. Charlie Taylor has today (2 November 2020) started as Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons, after being appointed in the role by the Queen. Forty-nine organisations now own half of all private or voluntary run homes, an increase in their market share for the third consecutive year. In this report, I aim to recognise the many successes we have seen, but also to direct attention to areas in which professionals are not acting with integrity or for the benefit of children and learners. [footnote 28] The DfE hopes that this will make it easier to recognise unregistered education settings. This report is written in response to a request from the Minister for Education in her remit letter to Estyn for 2019-2020. Information on children’s needs is fragmented nationally and locally, and there is no central joined-up strategy or plan to meet children’s needs. I look forward to reporting on the outcomes in next year’s Annual Report. We found safeguarding or health and safety concerns in over a third of them and issued warning notices to 83 that we believe are unregistered schools. Government and agencies involved also need to develop a workforce strategy to increase capacity and competence. Copies of this report will be placed in the Libraries of both Houses. Ofsted Annual Report 2018/19: HMCI Commentary Published 21 January 2020 Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 121 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006. To help us improve GOV.UK, we’d like to know more about your visit today. When measures and processes focus narrowly on outputs such as exam results or testing, they can pull people’s focus away from the substance. This publication is licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where otherwise stated. The luckier ones may be placed in a good PRU or into effective alternative provision. Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector, on Ofsted's Annual Report 2018/19 and the themes that have emerged in relation to social care. We are proposing 3 changes to the ‘further education and skills inspections and outcomes’ statistical data. Notes the annual report for 2014-15 of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales. We remain committed to transparency in our research and evaluation work and will publish reports or commentaries on all projects. A common feature of inadequate children’s homes is limited capacity of the workforce to meet the needs of the children. They do not affect the frequency of inspections or the way that inspection reports are displayed on our reports website. Overall, the FES sector performance has remained static this year. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 1 December 2020. Our new judgement and second research phase will have given us more insight by the time I next report. That criticism may have been valid in the past, but our inspections and conversations this year show that this is now far from the truth. In 2018, we introduced the ILACS framework to make sure that the children’s social care inspections in LAs focus on the things that matter most to children. The inquiry heard upsetting testimony from several participants about historic failures to keep children safe, but also some encouraging testimony about improvements in recent years. Nine hundred schools that ‘inherited’ their predecessor’s grade (for example, schools that have converted to become academies) have never been inspected. This highlights the need for greater enforcement powers to prevent those convicted from running these or other educational institutions. We welcome the DfE’s announcement of a proposed register of children not in school. There are currently around 3,600 schools and 150 FES providers in this category, and we do visit if our risk assessment shows them to be at risk of significant decline. National Careers Service contractors are no longer inspected by Ofsted since the introduction of the education inspection framework in September 2019. We used this to establish the new ‘quality of education’ judgement, which we then developed and tested further across all our remits, not least EY and FES, to develop a framework that works for all. We have made strong progress in investigating unregistered schools and our work has led to three sets of convictions. Since it was established four years ago, Ofsted’s unregistered schools taskforce has investigated over 600 suspected unregistered schools. Your contribution will help to refine and develop the publication to meet users’ needs. There are also settings that we inspect but that we are unable to look closely at where important decisions are being made. We do not have enough children’s homes in the right places across the country. I Headlines The quality of education continues to improve in England, according to Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools, Amanda Spielman, as mentioned in her annual report for 2018/19, which was published on 21 January 2020. The Ofsted Annual Report Launch. This enabled them to make valid assessments of the quality of curriculum. In the coming year, we will look harder at some of these areas to see if we can do things differently to improve outcomes for children. Through all our work, we are uniquely able to look across the system and take an independent view of how the country educates and protects children and young people, and what needs to be better. The purpose of Estyn. Inspectors no longer look at school-generated attainment or progress data, partly because it is simply not possible for them to validate it within the limited space of an inspection. It is a gap that we have no power to look at the wider organisation. Children’s homes are not like nursery chains. This report also highlights the intensely (small p) political element of the HMCI role. Inspectors could see differences in curriculum quality between schools and also between subject departments within schools. We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. The final aspect of the EIF that I want to emphasise is around workload. However, a short inspection has no graded judgements and does not change the provider’s overall effectiveness grade. This publication is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ofsted-annual-report-201819-education-childrens-services-and-skills/ofsted-annual-report-201819-hmci-commentary. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. ISBN-10: 978-1-5286-1692-8. They do not make decisions together or use each agency’s expertise to full effect. This report addresses the full range of our inspection and regulation both in education and care. Historically, if a provider lost its directly funded contract with the Education and Skills Funding Agency, it would no longer be in scope for an Ofsted inspection and would not appear in our statistics. We have inspected all of these. Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector. [footnote 19] This makes it almost impossible to know what the ‘right’ identification rate is. All agencies should be following the DfE’s principles of information-sharing. We have reported on schools that are off-rolling vulnerable pupils to gain exam results or entering pupils for sham qualifications. ... Stanford University reports FY 2020 financial results. However, pupils with statements or EHC plans have steadily increased by almost 17% since 2014. However, there is enough room in the timetable to give children plenty of time for English and mathematics at the same time as building their knowledge in science. There is still time to register for the Annual Report 2019/20 launch event on Tuesday 1 December 2020, if you haven’t already done so. Of these, we found reasonable cause to believe that an unregistered school may be operating in over 290 settings. ASCL response to HMCI’s annual report 21/01/2020 Geoff Barton, General Secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, responds to the annual report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills . It is an area that requires effective working across the system, which is too often lacking. Ofsted could not have a more important role in demanding substance and integrity in everything educators, social care professionals and sector leaders do. Amanda Spielman. Category It is right that we have a clear focus on substance and integrity, and on the needs and experiences of the children with the greatest and most complex needs, of any kind. This is linked to differing definitions of SEND and is further complicated by different categories within the SEND definition. 15 – 1st April, 2019/31st March, 2020 Laid on the Table by the Honourable Attorney General, ex official Member responsible for Legal Affairs - June 29th, 2020 HMCI annual report (Jan 2020) Link [ more ] [ ] Administration 03/02/2020 The Annual Report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills 2018/19 Education inspection framework (May 2019) Link Administration 27/06/2019 ESOP. Annual Report 2019-20. The other provider is a higher education institution. ... HMCI… I Headlines The quality of education continues to improve in England, according to Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools, Amanda Spielman, as mentioned in her annual report for 2018/19, which was published on 21 January 2020. Many of these providers are doing well for their pupils. There is a pattern of findings that show that professionals can be over-optimistic about the ability of adults to change. We are not proposing to make any changes to the higher education institutions, dance and drama colleges or independent specialist colleges provider groups. We are currently working with the DfE to develop proposals to help improve education for children in stuck schools. It is right that we continue to inspect children’s homes at the level of the individual home. EY providers that run multiple nurseries have a single registration with Ofsted, rather than a separate registration for each individual nursery. The national children’s social care system involves 151 LAs, some types of school, providers of children’s homes, fostering and adoption agencies, foster and adoptive parents and other provider types. I spoke at the time about how important it is that Ofsted listens. View or download our Annual Report 2019-2020, along with previous years reports showing our financial performance over the past 16 years. For example, not all countries define complex needs in the same way England does. The weak definition of a school, which means that some schools cannot be registered and regulated because they teach a very restricted curriculum, is another loophole that is exploited by the unscrupulous to operate out of reach of legislators, law enforcers and regulators. We saw the same again when we looked at child sexual abuse in the family environment. ISBN-10: 978-1-5286-1692-8. Of course, we also exercise great influence through our inspections and the criteria that we establish for our judgements in schools, children’s social care, EY and FES. [footnote 34] The first seven MATSEs have shown us: Although our work tells us that MATSEs are working well and that the sector finds them useful, their scope is limited and we can only carry them out with a MAT’s permission. ESOP View In PDF. As we highlighted earlier in this report, the proportion of LAs that we have judged to be good or outstanding has improved from 36% to 48% compared with their first inspections under the previous SIF. We have also re-emphasised that we do not expect any particular form of marking or feedback. Over the years, the children’s homes sector has continued to change and develop. ... such as annual reviews of education, health and care (EHC) plans. Although progress has been made on minimum qualification requirements, there continue to be concerns about staff qualifications and training in weaker settings. This suggests that for the larger nursery chains, strong practice and sound improvement measures can be shared effectively across the whole chain. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. The independent school standards need to include specific requirements about governance. The Annual Report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills 2019/20 Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 121 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006. [footnote 2] I argued that education systems across the world have to balance carefully the autonomy given to providers to educate as they see fit, with the need to hold them to account for their performance. It needs collective consideration and action. As an example, the chart below shows the quality of apprenticeship provision across England as at 31 August 2020. Good behaviour needs to be taught, along with the routines that enable it. We highlighted this issue 3 years ago and, more recently, have been using our data on exceptional levels of pupil movement to: These questions have been useful in giving leaders an opportunity to explain valid reasons for pupil movement. We have also seen positive developments in social care. The sector needs sufficient and suitable provision. We understand the incentives that have led many primary schools to limit science teaching, and the difficulties of ensuring that teachers themselves have sufficient scientific knowledge to teach it well. Details. These proposals only affect how we report on further education and skills inspections and outcomes in our statistical datasets. We inspect individual nurseries, but actually they may be part of a large chain. We welcome the DfE’s review of SEND and we are contributing our expertise. Another area in which effective multi-agency working is essential is for children and young people with SEND. We need to take account of the national situation, and we’ve always said that the timing and form of our return was under review. Annual report. This can mean delays in decisions for children. Inspection provides a level of assurance about the quality of safeguarding but, unfortunately, a minority of those working in schools and other institutions seek to cover up, conceal or ignore safeguarding issues. The national capacity of SCHs remains a significant concern, with approximately 20 children awaiting a placement on any given day and the same number are placed in Scottish secure units. This leads to considerable waste, especially where different services overlap. Special Needs Jungle provides parent-centred information, news, special needs resources and informed opinion about SEND - Special education needs and disability, Education, Health and Care Plans, children's physical and mental health including rare disease and SEN politics Decisions about the curriculum, the model of care, staffing, safeguarding and behaviour policies go to the heart of what Ofsted needs to consider through inspection and regulation, but the legal framework for accountability is not keeping up with the evolution of the education and care sectors. 4 November 2020 Richard Johnson and Rhiannon Williams . A high proportion is to be expected, given the risk profile, but it is nonetheless concerning that only 16% remained outstanding and that so many were less than good. Fourteen per cent have closed and 12% have registered as independent schools. Three-month report (pdf) ... 2020 (pdf) Q3. We saw that both quantity and quality of science teaching were reduced. Identification rates in England of broad special educational needs are currently increasing, but the percentage of pupils identified as having SEND and supported without statements or education, health and care (EHC) plans dropped sharply after the ‘SEND code of practice’ reform in 2014 following the revision of categories. We propose to remove ‘not-for-profit organisation’ as a provider type, reclassifying those providers as ‘independent learning providers’. HMCI commentary: findings from visits in October. Ofsted’s findings are based on inspection evidence from more than 26,700 inspections of, and visits to, schools, colleges and providers of social care, early years and further education and skills. ... #OfstedAR20 — Ofsted (@Ofstednews) December 1, 2020. We hope that this will help end any data collection that is asked of teachers ‘for Ofsted’ and so make a meaningful contribution to reducing workload. This is usually because workers have inadequate training, receive poor support or lack management oversight or leadership. They achieve this most commonly by reducing their hours to below 18 hours per week. Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details. Ofsted does not legislate, nor do we direct policy in education or social care. What is needed is national oversight and strategic leadership – the system needs to work as a whole. For these 50 providers, we are proposing a one-time data cleanse to remove the inspection histories from before they came back into scope for Ofsted inspection. This consultation seeks your views on proposed changes to our statistical releases on further education and skills inspections and outcomes. This publication is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/changes-to-the-publication-of-statistics-on-further-education-and-skills-inspections-and-outcomes/consultation-proposals-for-the-publication-of-statistics-on-further-education-and-skills-inspections-and-outcomes. Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) provides independent scrutiny of both Police Scotland and the Scottish Police Authority (SPA). Independent Schools Inspectorate Cap House 9– 12 Long Lane London EC1A 9HA Annual report on Inspectorate in . The provider type ‘specialist designated institution’ will move into the ‘colleges’ group. HMCI’s 2019/20 Annual Report and our management information publications continue to use the current methodology. That is why we have introduced a new ‘behaviour and attitudes’ judgement. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 21 January 2020. This shows the level of interest on all sides, and also the overwhelming commitment from everyone involved to making the best possible education for children and learners. In these cases, the system is not working well as a whole to make the best decisions and achieve the best outcomes for children and young people. A recent report ‘Left in lockdown’, published by the Disabled Children’s Partnership, indicated that children and young people’s friendships, learning, and mental and physical health have been negatively impacted. We can all be proud of the achievements of all the many professionals who have this year delivered a good, and often improving, standard of education and care. [footnote 36] The FES sector needs to work much more in tandem with the government’s Industrial Strategy. Mental ill health is the focus of our next JTAI. The Cayman Islands Law Reform Commission Annual Report No. [footnote 5]. [footnote 24], Adolescence is a tough period in children’s lives. ↩, Major review into support for children with special educational needs, Department for Education, September 2019; . There may be circumstances when de-escalation has failed and staff need to physically intervene to keep children safe. Capital Market Authority Launches the new website. On page 48 of the report (point 105) is a link to Ofsted’s gender pay report, published in January 2020. The new judgement is intended to give inspectors more space to look at this aspect of education in depth, including how behaviour looks from children’s perspectives. In December 2018, I published the third of three commentaries on the final phase of our curriculum research,[footnote 6] along with a report on assessing the quality of education through curriculum intent, implementation and impact. We can see how LAs are making life-changing decisions about vulnerable children and doing purposeful work with children and families to make positive changes. The apprenticeship funding system needs to target levy money more directly at skills shortages. In providers that scored highly on the curriculum indicators used, we found that: This research was central to the development of the EIF. One result of weak partnership working that we have seen time and again is that information about children’s experiences and safety is not always shared with partner agencies, even when they are making critical decisions. HMCI’s 2019/20 Annual Report and our management information publications continue to use the current methodology. However, we have also seen pain-inducing techniques used to control children in STCs, along with high levels of violence. inspection work by the Independent Schools 2019/20 However, for accountability to work well, we need to ensure that the measures we use focus on the right things – in this case, the substance of education. If the provider regained funding and became in scope for inspection again, it would reappear in the statistics with its inspection history. No single LA can fix this. Finally, in 2019, it was the turn of education to have a new framework – from early years through schools and on to adult learning. ... HMCI… It is important to understand that there are legitimate reasons for pupils moving between schools, and between mainstream schools and alternative provision or pupil referral units (PRUs). These findings are particularly worrisome given the fact that we and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) highlighted this problem as long ago as 2014. 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