Contact Form: Early years providers: tell Ofsted about an incident, Contact Form: Social care providers: tell Ofsted about an incident. The school was first opened in 1931, as Beal Grammar by governmental agents of accountability and standards. 01 February 1999. I am appalled working in alternative provision hoe many children who are excluded have unassessed and so unidentified needs. Inspection report: Training 2000 Limited, 20–23 February 2018 Page 4 of 13 training for apprentices in employers’ identified skill gaps, for example skills for network management and accessing engineering systems through the internet. Telephone: 0114 2531988. on 16 September 2018. And complaints are pointless because the ethos comes from the Head who will just deny that their teachers would ignore a child in their class. Clare Scattergood I wanted to make two points here. Evaluating Educational Inclusion: Guidance for Inspectors and Schools: Author: Great Britain. Inclusion and Diversity in Education, volume two. posted on 1 Learning in 2(+) Languages (Learning and Teaching Scotland, 2005). During inspection, our teams look at how pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities are progressing; not compared with all pupils in the school, but with pupils nationally who have similar starting points to them. It’s about time the truth was told. posted on How many children are falling through the net? We were told he could do things he couldn't, couldn't do things he could, would never learn to read etc all completely wrong. Along with our colleagues from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), we work hard to seek and learn from experiences of parents and carers in these inspections. I have also seen other mainstream schools create amazing opportunities for its SEND pupils by adopting innovative ideas and ensuring that the personalised needs of each pupil are at the forefront of their thinking . Every child has the right to a good education and access to all the curriculum. She also said that, ‘In addition to the quality of education, the EIF (our education inspection framework for 2019) will allow us to identify and report on those schools that push young people who might achieve less well out of their schools through off-rolling’. There is, on the face of it, much to like about this idea. Sue Batty Please contact your local council or call local police on 101 if you're worried about a child who is at risk of being harmed. Inclusion must be a broad church with solid foundations where exclusion from society is accepted as having a common basis in ‘intolerance to difference’ (Booth, 2000, p. 122). For pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities it is vitally important that they are well prepared for the next stage of their lives. I can find one entry only, with reference to 'inclusion unit. Children and young people with SEND are not only six times more likelyto be permanently excluded from school, compared with their non-SEND peers, but they’re also particularly vulnerable to "off-rolling" (the practice of removing pupils from school rolls in order to boost league table positions). Many of my sons teachers were uncomfortable to even be in a room with him as they didn't know how to speak to him or get him to respond unless the TA or I was there to 'translate'. I refer to the damning report, published following Ofstead's inspection of Lancashire's SEND services 13th November 2017. You’ve accepted all cookies. Yes the may effect overall academic results but the child and its quality of education, its enjoyment of education, its happiness in learning, its positive welcoming friendships are far more important. on 13 May 2019, Hi This would be wonderful if it actually happens. Google Scholar. Clare Scattergood And instead of allowing all schools to contribute to a shortfall in a way that promotes joint ownership, DfE limits transfers from the Schools Block to 0.5%. Ofsted homepage. We have inspected 68 local areas in the first two years of this programme. Richard Petty The statement says independent faith schools are able to raise children in a religious tradition, but must also ensure they are "educated about the protections and rights that are afforded to all those with protected characteristics under British law". To Ofsted an inclusive school is one where the teaching and learning, achievement, attitudes and well-being of every person matter. They feel they’ve been let down, sometimes for a long time. Parents often contact us with complaints about how their child who has SEN and/or disabilities has been treated at school. on 11 December 2018. Can I suggest that you ask LA's for the numbers of SEN pupils each schools takes across an area and why some schools have significantly higher, or lower numbers? I have been a practitioner in both mainstream and SEN settings and I have seen compelling evidence of the effective 'exclusion' of some pupils with additional needs from mainstream schools. Inclusion and diversity is an integral part of effective provision and Are you a provider who wants to tell us about an incident? I hear constant complaints that children are insulted, bullied and ignored by staff who have no training. Resources Fixing the Broken Promise of Education for All. Opened. Evaluating Educational Inclusion: Guidance for Inspectors and Schools: Author: Great Britain. (2002) ‘The Impact of Inclusion on Educational Psychology Practices. The report, which was published today, highlighted that Training 2000 received outstanding grades for the quality of teaching, learning and assessment in three out of six judged subject areas: engineering, nursing and dental health and manufacturing technologies … 1INTRODUCTION The background to the report This report has been prepared as part of OFSTED’s work on social exclusion, in response to the Social Exclusion Unit’s publication, Bringing Britain Together. Our son is at a special school. Anonymous We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve Ofsted services. Check Ofsted's COVID-19 updates to see how inspections ... 28 February 2000. Welcome to the real world OFSTED - schools have been doing this for years; using OFSTED ratings as a reason is just the latest in a long line of excuses. Ofsted inspections are qualitative not just quantitative, so a school will get credit from Ofsted for inclusion and for its SEND provision. OFSTED (2000) Evaluating Educational Inclusion (London, Ofsted) Sheehy K, Rix J with Collins J, Hall K, Nind M, Wearmouth J (2009) A systematic review of whole class, subject-based pedagogies with reported outcomes for the academic and social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs. on 12 September 2018. For some time, SEND commentators have called for a r… As a head of College for young people with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties/Complex Health Needs I want to ensure the students receive the best education and experiences. At the heart of this is removing the barriers that get in the way of children who have SEN and/or disabilities being fully included in all areas of school life. ’, in P. Hick and G. Thomas (eds.) Enquires to my LEA are met with complacency and disdain: time scales are not adhered to, emails are left unanswered and ECHP's are copied and pasted from previous primary school statements (from other counties) and sections remain incomplete,-not to mention no longer relevant. Ofsted Annual Report 2007/08. posted on This did mean inspection was arduous because showing expected or better progress being made by all pupils- was and always will be - a significant challenge. the problem is always going to be that certain schools have not readily accepted SEND pupils lest they impact on their results, for many many many years. So how do you complain safely, without poisoning the well- turning the people you have to leave your vulnerable child with against you? Daniel Muijs, Ofsted’s Deputy Director, Research and Evaluation, shares some remote learning tips, based on research and visits to schools and colleges. posted on An extra 0.5% per head of 2-19 population for those losing from the High Needs NFF is nowhere near enough to cover rising needs and inflation. It has transformed him. You've been 'told' that some schools are refusing pupils with SEN? I am totally in favour of inclusion, up to a point. Parents must speak to the Special Educational Needs Coordinator and then follow the school’s complaints process, but it’s important these processes are transparent and easy to follow. From the end of January 2021, childminders, nurseries and all other childcare providers must use an online notification form to tell us about significant events. Thank you for responding to my blog. Children who have SEN and/or disabilities are part of the big picture that makes up a school; there is no division here. I'm glad to hear that your son is now thriving! I'm struggling to find the word 'inclusive' or 'inclusion' in either the CIF, the School Inspection Handbook, the Framework for Inspection of LA SEND, or the Handbook for LA Inspection. Normally I would leave my complaints reference, having contacted your organisation twice already, but I know I'll receive the same old apathetic response. Further to this, guidance for inspectors says that inclusive education “…is more than a concern about any one group of pupils such as those pupils who have been or are likely to be excluded from school. ing definitions of inclusion can be helpful when looking at what exactly is being proposed by policy documents. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve Ofsted services. 6 Provision and placements Types of provision 1. posted on The 3rd school actively discouraged parents of difficult or SEND pupils to apply away from their school. This is leading to cuts which naturally fall to schools providing for pupils with SEND, thus increasing the disincentive to be inclusive. If so, please use the online notification forms below. Can't anyone sort out this mess? Ofsted guidance and information relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) for schools, early years, children’s social care and further education and skills providers. Comment by All planned inspection activity will be carried out remotely until after the February half term. Or do you only want to hear what you want to hear. Our helpline is open from 8am to 5pm (Monday to Friday). For them, inspectors consider their starting points and the progress they’ve made. Information about this service should be available on your local offer website. We know that some pupils, for example those who have profound and multiple learning difficulties, are working at significantly lower levels. on 06 December 2018. Hi, Julie Cordiner Inspectors look at the support individual pupils are given and consider whether it is helping them to achieve better outcomes. posted on You can change your cookie settings at any time. Matthew Pearce Inspectors will look at how well the curriculum has been adapted to their needs and the gains they have made in their learning and development. Mainstream schools do not have a clue. Ofsted is committed to being a force for improvement in the lives of all children and young people and their families. on 17 October 2018. Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Thanks, Wasim, for your comments. The 3rd school was given an outstanding grade and still continues to cream off more of the talented pupils and staff in the area. I'm glad to hear that your son is doing so well as his new school. You can keep up-to-date with Ofsted news by signing up for email alerts. 1 Learning in 2(+) Languages (Learning and Teaching Scotland, 2005). This tells you more: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/being-inspected-as-a-maintained-school-or-academy, Comment by Dr Jenny Murray Clinical Psychologist Aspire AP The primary purpose of the article is to lookat how current thinking in the social sciences conceptualizes discourses of inclusion and exclusion in education and what the value of this thinking is for policy development incountries like South Africa and India. Not the TA, the teacher. Inclusion lies at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals. There was little difference in the quality of provision and the outcomes achieved by pupils with LDD across all types of schools. Ofsted’s chief inspector, Amanda Spielman, said in her report that the proportion of disabled children needing support who had been excluded from their schools was “typically high”. Are you a provider? Read the story. I try and get them into all the classes to observe and work with a range of children with additional needs so they at least have some decent first hand experience on top of the paperwork. PDF – Published 05 June 2000. posted on Initial teacher training and their lack of support for teaching children with SEN has long been a concern of mine. The DfE needs to reconsider its approach to High Needs funding as a matter of urgency. I have noted your wider concerns. (National Curriculum Statutory Inclusion Statement, DCSF 2000) Ofsted inspectors report on how schools are implementing this requirement. posted on It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. Comment by This book provides a clearly written, wide-ranging overview of current key issues and challenges arising from the implementation of more inclusive policies and provision in education in this country and internationally. posted on Dear Ofstead, Hi. These inspections, together with inspections of LEAs and monitoring visits to schools causing concern, have provided background evidence for this evaluation of … The issue for schools is the qualification 'league tables' that are purely quantitative; if otherwise good results data are 'dragged down' by an under-performing cohort of SEN children then there is a huge incentive to 'manage them out' or not accept them in the first place, saying they 'cannot meet need'. Its common knowledge in the system that many schools do not take SEN pupils, and/or encourage parents to look elsewhere, yet other schools are inclusive and make sure SEN pupils get the best possible deal. posted on OFSTED (2000) Evaluating Educational Inclusion (London, Ofsted) Sheehy K, Rix J with Collins J, Hall K, Nind M, Wearmouth J (2009) A systematic review of whole class, subject-based pedagogies with reported outcomes for the academic and social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs. I am amazed, given that Ofstead made the same grim discoveries back in 2017, that no action plan was put in place. Evaluating Educational Inclusion (Ofsted, 2000), for example, directs schools towards identifying children who are not doing as well as they should be as a way of targeting school improvement efforts. Office for standards in Education: Publisher: Ofsted, 2000: Length: 36 pages : … Maybe you could direct me to an association that strives to raise standards and improve lives? Standards in Education’s Guidance for Evaluating Educational Inclusion (Ofsted, 2000: 7, emphasis added) states that: An educationally inclusive school is one in … posted on Until April 2007 Ofsted … The 2007 OFSTED inspection noted that a very small proportion. posted on We inspect services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. The headteacher is happy- the kids who need more investment and better teaching to succeed are gone but families lives are derailed and children who need consistency, support and bolstering are failed in their local communities. Ofsted external relations This is a problem and it needs addressing. Comment by GET REAL and actually listen to the majority of parents. 2 were inclusive and took in a broad cohort of students. London : Sage . I know of headteachers who are resigned to the reality that the per pupil funding for SEN pupils will not come close to the actual cost of tailoring the school environment to meet their needs (additional support staff/specialist training and advice/adapted learning environments) This then becomes a disincentive in terms of adopting true inclusion principles. 2 Inspecting Schools, OFSTED, The Stationery Office, 1999 Once approved by Ofsted and CQC, the local area usually publishes their WSoA on their websites. Comment by on 10 September 2018. Autism, ADHD, learning difficulties, trauma, mental health problems. Maybe all academy leaders should have a compulsory term working 100% of their time with Special Educational Needs children then they may appreciate and understand how valuable and important these children are to school life. 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Hi, Thank you for your comment. I’m fed up of reading these sorts of comments when in truth nothing gets done. Also, the LAs do not monitor exactly how SEN are spent, particularly when these budgets are not ring fenced. We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. We have learned a lot from parents and carers about what IS working and what needs to improve in the area where they live. Any effort to make schools rethink these practices for this particular group should be up for consideration. on 10 September 2018. Unfortunately, this area of teaching this has been neglected for far too long and children with SEN and disabilities have not reach their potential. I would advise you to use the school and local area’s complaints procedure if you remain concerned about the quality of your children’s education. Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, noted in her Annual Report published last week that, ‘The curriculum is the substance of education’ and also that, ‘In recent years that substance has lost out to performance tables and data in the priorities of many in the sector’. It's appalling. Eileen Dobinson Ofsted external relations Read about the types of information we routinely publish in our Publication scheme. Totally agree Sue. I was struck by a phrase someone used in a discussion back in the summer – ‘big-hearted schools who welcome SEND students and see their Ofsted rating drop’. Before our autistic son was diagnosed he passed the entrance exam and was offered a place at a top local private school, but we didn't send him as we knew he wouldn't cope (he's now in a special school). Inclusion from this perspective would relate to special needs as well as to gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, age, culture and social class. I have been appalled by the long winded complaints procedure,which parents have to follow, in order to make very little progress whatsoever. Ofsted homepage. I worked in a town with 3 secondary schools. Joolz (I've not even got on to budgets and disingenuous Local Authority tactics to frustrate parents and drag out the process, unnecessarily clogging up the SEND Tribunal), Comment by The home or first language is usually the vehicle through which pre-literacy skills are developed. Papadopoulos, T.C. As a profession, we’ve got a duty to make sure that all children have the support they need to make the most of whatever opportunities life may hold. Even those fortunate to have secured a Statement/ECHP for their child struggle to have it implemented and updated accordingly. I have noted your concerns. It is obvious, to anyone who has the misfortune of dealing with this department, that all is not well. posted on One of the big problems is where behaviour is just seen as behaviour. 11. Our Personal information charter explains how we treat your personal information. Can I suggest Ofsted start to get a proper grip of things? There needs to be an outside route to whistle blowing on this despicable behaviour from academy chains- my case is not isolated I know of five other families at the same small school who have been harangued into withdrawing their children to homeschool or simply trying their luck elsewhere. Inclusion: does it matter where pupils are taught? Ralph Hedley In the coming months, we’ll be publishing the consultation into our education inspection framework. We regularly host student teachers, who on the whole are amazing new practitioners, but have one small section in their training on SEN - and this usually just involves a conversation with me (SENCo) and a tick sheet style assignment! When I worked as a SEN officer and manager ten plus years ago, we frequently received letters from schools in response to consultations that started with the words 'we are an inclusive school'. If the child with SEND is constantly chaotic and disruptive, even though all the recommendations from specialists etc. As soon as we saw this we knew the school was anything but because what would follow was a long list of flimsy 'reasons' why the school would be unsuitable. 1 See DfEE Circular 10/99 Social Inclusion: Pupil Support, especially Chapter 3 Groups at Particular Risk. Clare. One problem with getting thing improved is the lack of training given to both currently and student teachers. Teachers should be trained in special education needs so every teacher has this skill. If so, please use the online notification forms above. on 16 September 2018. on 13 September 2018. Inspectors give a very short amount of notice - about half a day - to ensure that the key people they need to speak to are available. Check Ofsted's COVID-19 updates to see how inspections ... 28 February 2000. Many that we work with find a different path, unfortunately often destructive. on 10 September 2018. its one thing to ask SEN parents to follow complaints procedure- but we are so often cowed and bullied by head teachers and SENCOs, My daughter has a diagnosis and and EHCP and therefore should have lots of legal protection but I was threatened with her school place being taken away and her ending up in a PRU (at 5) if I didn't stop asking for her EHCP to be followed, it is too expensive to look after her properly, we are told. Comment by Sandy Cameron Better assessments, earlier. on 17 September 2018. External Relations Let’s face it, it’s a fairytale. posted on And they fabricate documents to show progress. 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