Ofsted departmental report 2006-07
The Stationery Office, May 15, 2007 - Education - 45 pages
The Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) is a non-ministerial government department accountable to Parliament, which seeks to help improve the quality and standards of education and childcare through independent inspection and regulation. This departmental report covers Ofsted's work during the year 2006-07, as well as giving information on its organisational structure, expenditure and performance against Service Delivery Agreement targets. This is Ofsted's final report, as from April 2007 a new organisation was established called the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (which will also be known as Ofsted). This new body brings together the work of the Adult Learning Inspectorate, the children's services responsibilities of the Commission for Social Care Inspection and the inspection functions of the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service from Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Court Administration with the work of the old Ofsted.
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Performance against targets
achieved Adult Learning Inspectorate annual quota April autumn behaviour childcare providers childminders children and learners children’s services college inspections complaints Criminal Records Bureau Departmental Report develop DfES Early Education and Skills end of March ensure evaluation expenditure full compliance further education teacher Gershon Review HM Treasury impact of inspection implement inadequate independent schools Independent Schools Council initial teacher training inspected by summer inspection and regulation inspection of childcare inspections of maintained Inspectorate of Court Ipsos MORI January maintained schools Majesty’s Chief Inspector monitoring visits Office for Standards Ofsted’s organisation Outturn Outturn Outturn Outturn Outturn Plans priorities published pupils quota of inspections reduced registered providers Regulation and inspection regulatory regulatory impact assessments reinspection responsibilities schedule School sport partnerships schools causing concern section 5 inspections self-evaluation September 2006 SLIPPAGE staff survey Standards in Education target Total Treasury’s value for money well—being West Midlands