The initial phone call is the first step in an Ofsted inspection, and it’s important to get it right. During this call, you will be asked questions about your school and indicated the type of inspection that will take place. It would be best if you were prepared for these calls and clearly understood what Ofsted is looking for.
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During the initial phone call, you should expect to provide information about your school’s performance, including academic results, attendance figures, behaviour standards and teacher qualifications. You may also be asked questions relating to specific aspects of your school, such as safeguarding procedures or SEN provision. You must demonstrate the actions taken to address any issues raised during previous inspections and explain how your school is meeting the standards of Ofsted.
It is important to be aware that the initial phone call may also include a request for documents or other evidence to support your answers. You must provide this information in an efficient and timely manner, as failure to do so could adversely affect the outcome of your inspection.
The initial phone call marks the start of the inspection process, and it is important to ensure that you are prepared for it. By taking the time to research Ofsted’s expectations and collect all relevant information, you can demonstrate your commitment to providing high-quality education and give yourself the best chance of achieving a positive outcome from your Ofsted inspection.
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