When Ofsted comes to visit it can be a very daunting time for teachers and staff. The most important thing to remember is not to panic, even though there isn’t much warning when the inspectors come there is still a lot you can do to prepare… That infographic explains a few things you can do to prepare for your Ofsted inspection including the following: briefing meetings, Ofsted handbook, first impressions count, show student progression, lesson plan, make each minute count, stay organised, get some sleep, healthy breakfast, bad behaviour, do your thing and relax.
Use meeting time wisely, it is important to make sure that you and your colleagues fully understand the objectives outlined for an approaching Ofsted inspection so that everybody can work together. When the inspectors arrive to make sure they feel welcome. Try to be relaxed and not too nervous. Read the full list of tips how to prepare properly for Ofsted inspection.
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