What Is the Role of Ofsted?

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OFSTED registers and inspects all childcare providers and ensures they meet the set requirements. They manage and provision learning while installing skills, including work-based and adult learning, in prisons. Young offenders' institutions are now inspected to the same tough standards as mainstream education and training by the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED), which has the responsibility of reviewing all provision receiving government funding.
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the role of the Ofsted is to make sure that school is in good condition and will give your school a marking like if your school was neat but the work were bad it would be satisfying
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Every week, Ofsteds carry out hundreds of inspections and regulatory visits throughout England, and publish the results on their website. They work with providers which are not yet
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OFSTED is working in partnership with the Standards and Effectiveness Unit to provide monitoring and support for schools in challenging circumstances. Many, but not all, of the schools
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I tried googling this for you and could not find anything on it.
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