Ofsted: rural schools ‘failing to promote British values’

November 26, 2014 in Education

“Sir Michael Wilshaw, the head of Ofsted, says that 11 state schools have found to be failing to prepare pupils for life in modern Britain following a series of snap inspections.”  This taken from a recent newspaper artcile.  What does this mean for your school?

In this final of 3 posts on British Values LWC explores the impact of Ofsted new framework.  LWC is aware of schools that have been inspected since September 2014, for whom this assessment applies.  But what does it mean? How can schools move forward on this agenda?

If you’d like to learn more why not attend the Exploring British Values workshop run by LWC.