Ofsted thinks new inspections may rebuild teacher trust

According to TES, Ofsted believes the introduction of its new school inspections has been “successful” and could lead to an increase in the number of teachers who trust the watchdog.

The revelation comes in the minutes from the Ofsted board’s October meeting, published today for the first time.

They show the chief inspector Amanda Spielman, updated the board with the news that the introduction of its controversial new education inspection framework (EIF) the previous month had been successful.

But in a more optimistic note the minutes add that the “EIF [new inspections] may have a positive impact upon next year’s findings”.

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