Morning, Wednesday, 25th March 2020
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This conference will examine the implementation of Ofsted’s new inspection framework which was introduced in September.
Sessions will examine:
- The impact of the inspection framework so far and how schools have adapted with experiences of the first schools inspected under the new framework now starting to emerge;
- Meeting the leadership and management judgements in the new framework; and
- Next steps for the school curriculum following the introduction of the quality of education judgement.
Speakers and their expected contributions
The keynote speakers for this conference include:
- Matthew Purves, Deputy Director, Schools, Ofsted - who will discuss the progress in the implementation of the new Ofsted inspection framework and the feedback received from schools that have been inspected under it; and
- Tom Rees, Executive Director of School Leadership, Ambition Institute, on fostering good leadership standards across the sector.
Speakers sharing case studies and experience include:
- Creating a curriculum that supports a well-rounded education for their pupils - with Catherine Anwar, Chief Executive Officer, Summit Learning Trust;
- Meeting the new quality of education judgement - the role of the curriculum and practices - with John Blake, Director, Strategy and Policy, Now Teach;
- The new leadership and management criteria and the role of school governors - with Emma Knights, Chief Executive, National Governance Association; and
- Implementing an ethical leadership model across schools - with Carolyn Roberts, Headteacher, Thomas Tallis School, London and Chair, Ethical Leadership Commission.
Further confirmed speakers include: Rick Carroll, Thomas Deacon Academy; Dan Morrow, Woodland Academy Trust; Vicki Nash, Mind; Frank Norris, Co-op; Darren Northcott, NASUWT; and Paul Steer, OCR. Chairing is Lord Lucas.
- Progress in the implementation of Ofsted’s inspection framework;
- The framework so far - adapting to the new judgements, the wellbeing and workload of staff, and inspection of good and outstanding schools;
- Leadership and management criteria - putting in place a clear vision and ethical leadership models, and the impact of the new school finance rating;
- School curriculum at primary and secondary level - the quality of education judgement, demonstrating cultural capital learning, and ensuring an inclusive, well-rounded education.