Ofsted inspectors to staff home-learning advice hotline

The Tes reports …

Ofsted inspectors are to help man a new national helpline for parents  to provide advice on home learning.

A 60-strong team of volunteers will staff the free helpline, which launches today, including teachers, headteachers and parenting experts as well as the redeployed Ofsted staff.

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