The New Ofsted Framework: The Road to Outstanding

The Road to Outstanding will include workshops, gap tasks, open classroom events and school to school support to develop practice.

COST: £300 per person for all 5 sessions or £75 per person per session. Recommended to attend all 5.

5 Day Course (See Dates Below)

Day 1: Wednesday 8th May. Harrington Nursery School. 13:30-15:30

Introduction to the ‘Road to Outstanding’

Exploring the new Ofsted framework and how to gain that Outstanding judgement! An opportunity to explore and unpick the NEW Ofsted Framework and how this impacts on Early Years practice. This session will help practitioners understand what Ofsted will be looking for during an inspection and how you can share and showcase all your outstanding features during an inspection.

Day 2:  Wednesday 22nd May. Springfield Primary School. 13:30 - 15:30

Creating an environment and provision for effective learning

On our journey to outstanding, we will begin with a practical session focused on how to create an effective learning environment that promotes wellbeing and involvement and is based on assessment of your cohort. We will look at how you could organise a typical day and how to ensure that children are effectively challenged in their play, resulting in at least expected progress. There will be an opportunity to look at provision in mixed year group classes too.

Day 3: Wednesday 5th June. St Albans Catholic Primary School. 13:30 - 15:30

Planning and developing indoor provision

This session will allow practitioners time to look at and analyse examples and case studies of what good indoor provision looks like in the classroom. Practitioners will also begin to plan and develop their own provision areas in their own setting, using a skills based approach. All ideas will be shared and by the end of the session, an EYFS Continuous Provision Long Term Plan for all settings will have been constructed to take away and use.

Day 4: Wednesday 19th June. Harrington Nursery School. 13:30 - 15:30

Planning and developing outdoor provision

This session will allow practitioners time to look at and analyse examples and case studies of what good outdoor provision looks like. Practitioners will also begin to plan and develop their own provision areas in their own setting, using a skills based approach. All ideas will be shared and these plans will form an EYFS Continuous Provision Long Term Plan for all settings to take away and use.

Day 5: Wednesday 3rd July. Markeaton Park Craft Village Community Room. 13:30 - 15:30

Conclusion: Evaluation of your setting against the Ofsted Framework

This final session will pull everything together, allowing practitioners time to share good practice, self-assess their setting against Ofsted Framework and develop next steps with a view to achieve outstanding. We will look at how we can put together an impact plan with SMART targets, measured against milestones for high level impact. We will also discuss the impact these sessions have had on progress, measured in our data.


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Laura Bagley