Key Points
  • Hear the latest update on the new Ofsted education inspection framework from Professor Daniel Muijs, Ofsted's Head of Research
  • Learn how to develop a broader and more balanced curriculum that is right for your school from the headteachers of three of the 23 pilot schools that took part in the second phase of the Ofsted curriculum research
  • Hear a case study of a school that has successfully adopted a framework for character education and is working hard towards fulfilling the new inspection framework's quality of education judgement from the headteacher and chair of the Association of Character Education
  • Support the mental health and well-being of your staff in the delivery of the new inspection framework from Mind's 2018 Gold Workplace Wellbeing Award winner and Mind's 2017 Wellbeing Champion Award winner


Overview
Professor Daniel Muijs, Head of Research, Ofsted
Tim Oates CBE, Group Director of Assessment Research and Development, Cambridge Assessment and Member of the Ofsted Curriculum Advisory Group
Jo Brown, Principal, Charles Darwin Primary, Norwich
David Perks, Principal, East London Science School, Newham
Geoff Rutherford, Headteacher, Wyche CE School, Malvern
Representative from National Online Safety
Gary Lewis, Headteacher, Kings Langley Secondary School and Chair of the Association for Character Education
Ben White, member of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group and Director of Curriculum and Psychology Teacher, Highworth Grammar School and Director of Educational Research, Ashford Teaching Alliance
Carole Black, Assistant Head Teacher Student Development, Dr Challoner's Grammar School and Winner of Mind Wellbeing Champion Award 2017

Westminster Insight is delighted to announce the launch of a one-day conference on the New Ofsted Education Inspection Framework on Tuesday 26 March 2019 in London.
Targeting all school headteachers, deputy heads, members of the leadership team, chairs of governors and heads of curriculum, this inaugural event will provide greater clarification and guidance on what the new education inspection framework will mean in practice and discuss how the planned changes will affect the way Ofsted inspects schools.
Keynote speaker, Professor Daniel Muijs, Head of Research at Ofsted will give the latest update on the new framework and present the findings from the Ofsted curriculum research and the curriculum quality indicators that have informed the evaluation criteria for the new framework.
Three of the pilot schools from the second phase of the Ofsted curriculum research will also be sharing their experiences on how to develop a broad and balanced curriculum and redesign a curriculum that is right for your school.

You will also hear:

- A case study of Kings Langley Secondary School which has successfully adopted a framework for character education and is working hard towards fulfilling the new inspection framework's quality of education judgement from the headteacher and chair of the Association of Character Education

- The findings of DfE's Making Data Work report on improving teacher workload and how to streamline data and evidence collection from a member of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group

- How to support the mental health and well-being of staff in the delivery of the new inspection framework from the Mind Wellbeing Champion Award winner 2017, the assistant head of Student Development at Dr Challoner's Grammar School, which also won the Mind Gold Workplace Wellbeing Award in 2018

Agenda
Start

09:30 - 10:00
Registration

 

10:00 - 10:05
Chair's Opening Remarks

 

Speakers

Tim Oates CBE Director of Assessment Research and Development Cambridge Assessment & Member of the Ofsted Curriculum Advisory Group

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10:05 - 10:50
Opening Keynote: The New Ofsted Education Inspection Framework

 
  • What will the new framework look like and how will it differ from the old one?
  • How are we changing the way we inspect schools? What will inspectors be looking for and what will they not be looking for?
  • How will the grading descriptions change?
  • What will it mean for your school and will school context and challenging circumstances be taken into account?
  • What will be the impact on workload?
  • Consultation, pilots and launch; how to be 2019 inspection ready

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Professor Daniel Muijs Head of Research, Ofsted

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10:50 - 11:35
Focus on Curriculum; Developing a Broad and Balanced Curriculum

 
  • Findings from the three phases of the curriculum research
  • Understanding the curriculum intent, implementation and impact indicators
  • An overview of the curriculum quality indicators that have informed the evaluation criteria for the new framework
  • How will the new curriculum be assessed, how will schools be held accountable and will schools be able to offer all types of curriculum provision or qualifications?

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Professor Daniel Muijs Head of Research, Ofsted

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11:35 - 11:55
Coffee

 

11:55 - 13:10
Curriculum Development and Design

 
Hear case studies from three of the pilot schools featured in Ofsted's second phase of the curriculum research on how to assess current curriculum provision, redesign a knowledge-rich curriculum that is right for your school and the steps schools need to take now to plan, implement and deliver it effectively.

11.55: Jo Brown, Principal, Charles Darwin Primary, Norwich
12.20: David Perks, Principal, East London Science School, Newham
12.45: Geoff Rutherford, Headteacher, Wyche CE School, Malvern

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Jo Brown Principal, Charles Darwin Primary, Norwich

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Geoff Rutherford Headteacher, Wyche CE School, Malvern

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Principal David Perks East London Science School, Newham

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13:10 - 13:20
Sponsored Presentation: National Online Safety

 

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Chris Skinner Senior Online Safety Consultant, National Online Safety

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13:20 - 14:20
Lunch

 

14:20 - 14:45
Enhancing Character Education Provision in Schools; Working Towards the New Inspection Framework's Quality of Education Judgement

 
A case study of a school that has successfully adopted a framework for character education and is working hard towards fulfilling the new inspection framework's quality of education judgement, particularly concerning behaviour and attitudes and personal development. By placing great importance on the role teachers play in making and shaping the character of young people and through the provision of a broad and balanced experience, this school is making great progress in developing the character virtues of its students alongside improving educational attainment.

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Gary Lewis Headteacher, Kings Langley School, Hertfordshire

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14:45 - 15:10
Streamlining Ways of Gathering and Using Data in Schools to Improve Teacher Workload

 
  • DfE's Making Data Work report from the Teacher Workload Advisory Group
  • How does the report tie in with the new inspection framework? 
  • Examining how schools monitor and assess data to determine pupil progress
  • Improving and streamlining ways of gathering and using data in schools
  • Positive ways to improve workload

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Ben White Member of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group and Director of Curriculum and Psychology Teacher, Highworth Grammar School

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15:10 - 15:35
Supporting the Mental Health and Well-Being of Staff and How this Contributes to the Delivery of the New Inspection Framework

 
  • Managing the new framework in a strategic way and supporting those in the delivery of it
  • Findings from the teacher well-being and workload survey and the impact of workload and long hours on teachers
  • Embedding mental health provision in schools

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Carole Black Assistant Head Teacher Student Development, Dr Challoner's Grammar School and Winner of Mind Wellbeing Champion Award 2017

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15:35 - 15:40
Chair's Closing Remarks

 

Speakers

Tim Oates CBE Director of Assessment Research and Development Cambridge Assessment & Member of the Ofsted Curriculum Advisory Group

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15:40 - 15:45
Close

 

End

Speakers

Carole Black Assistant Head Teacher Student Development, Dr Challoner's Grammar School and Winner of Mind Wellbeing Champion Award 2017

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Jo Brown Principal, Charles Darwin Primary, Norwich

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Gary Lewis Headteacher, Kings Langley School, Hertfordshire

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Professor Daniel Muijs Head of Research, Ofsted

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Tim Oates CBE Director of Assessment Research and Development Cambridge Assessment & Member of the Ofsted Curriculum Advisory Group

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Principal David Perks East London Science School, Newham

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Geoff Rutherford Headteacher, Wyche CE School, Malvern

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Chris Skinner Senior Online Safety Consultant, National Online Safety

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Ben White Member of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group and Director of Curriculum and Psychology Teacher, Highworth Grammar School

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