Schools and early years providers in England are subject to regulation by Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education. The regulatory process involves periodic inspection and the publication of gradings covering the quality of services. Inspectors have considerable enforcement powers for providers who do not comply with standards such as the early years foundation stage statutory framework.
This topic covers the legal framework that underpins inspection, the inspection process itself and the judgments that inspectors make.
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