According to Tes senior figures from both the Association of School and College Leaders and the NAHT headteachers’ union have said schools should be given more information about how the inspectorate makes its judgements when looking at lessons and pupils’ work.
Both unions have said providing transparency over inspection training will prevent myths developing in schools about what is expected when the new system starts in September.
NAHT deputy general secretary Nick Brook said “People who work for Ofsted as inspectors will receive this training and have the inside track on what inspectors are looking for under the new framework which they can take back to their schools.”
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