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Common Inspection Framework
Thu 12 January 2017, 09:30 – 12:30 GMT
Are you aware that the new Ofsted cycle of inspections started on 1st August 2016? This now means that all inspections are back on the list to be completed again in this cycle. The training we offer gives a comprehensive overview of everything you need to be ready for your CIF inspection. This will be especially helpful if your last inspection was carried out under the previous framework.
Whether you were inspected 6 months or 4 years ago, you will be due an inspection in this cycle.
In the last few weeks there have also been key changes to the document "Inspecting Safeguarding in Early Years" and a greater emphasis on e-safety. Ofsted have released several documents outlining the changes and evidence they will gather.
Inspectors are also looking closely now at how EYPP money has been spent and for evidence of the impact on outcomes for children. We will give you a detailed summary of how inspectors will gather evidence in all these areas under the CIF.
We will also update you with how the inspection process is being transferred from the ISPs (Tribal and Prospects) to Ofsted ready for next Summer.
Book now for this 3 hour session which will give many practical ideas for meeting the inspection criteria, and the most up to date information.
Led by Sandra Woolley, (fully trained Early Years Ofsted Inspector), and Lucy Waterman who both have many years experience in helping settings achieve outstanding Ofsted judgements.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No you do not need to print the ticket or bring it to the course.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
That's fine. Please contact the organisers with the names of the delegates so that we know who to expect.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Regular buses stop on The Strand in Calne. Pay and display parking is available opposite Marden House - entrance on New Road through Carnegie Mews. Link here