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Ofsted: examples of common weaknesses

Local authority children’s services judged inadequate: examples of common weaknesses

These powerpoint slides give a summary of common weaknesses in local authorities that were judged inadequate in the inspections, between January and May 2015, under the single inspection framework: snappa-1448119232Common weaknesses in local authorities judged inadequate under the single inspection framework: a summary

See Ofsted’s summary of common weaknesses in local authorities that were judged inadequate in inspections, between January and May 2015, under the single inspection framework: A Summary

For Ofsted inspectors there is guidance for the main inspector activities for providing improvement support to local authority children’s services judged inadequate.

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