New inspection framework: advice, guidance & curriculum case studies
The new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) aims to raise standards and rebalance inspections through a renewed emphasis on ‘Quality of education’, and less focus on outcomes data.
This new ‘Quality of education’ judgement comprises Intent, Implementation and Impact and, says Ofsted, brings together ‘the essential ingredients of education’: the curriculum; the teaching and assessment that provides the feedback loop, and the resulting outcomes
This essential conference on Friday 6th December 2019 will combine general guidance, subject-specific advice and case studies to enable practitioners to plan and deliver an early years curriculum and develop a vision of ‘quality of education’ for the children in their setting.
Focusing on the ‘Quality of education’ judgement, this conference will:
- Provide an overview of the new framework, and the ‘Quality of education’ judgement in particular
- Analyse what ‘quality of education’ means in the context of the early years
- Provide starting points for planning your early years curriculum, and
- Give practical guidance on how to sequence and provide challenge in children’s learning experiences.
A pilot nursery and settings that have been inspected under the new regime will also be explaining their experiences and passing on key advice about the new inspection process.
The programme aims to help practitioners from across the sector to develop, implement and articulate their vision of ‘quality education’ for the children in their setting.