In the new Ofsted education inspection framework (EIF), inspectors will make a judgement on the 'quality of education' by 'evaluating the extent to which learners develop detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum and, as a result, achieve well'.
We at Mathematics Mastery have the privilege of working with many schools who have been through Ofsted visits with the new framework.
"One of its many strengths is the curriculum. They have planned how this learning will be organised into topics and how it will be sequenced over time. This helps pupils to make connections in their learning. As a result, they are knowledgeable and can talk with confidence about what they know.”
Maths Mastery partner school Ofsted inspection
Watch a recording of our webinar 'Putting curriculum at the heart of mathematics teaching: How to maximise its potential to support student progress' where we discuss how a connected, coherent curriculum can support students in knowing and remembering more.
Access our guide to help you prepare for a visit from Ofsted. Including, what to expect on the day of inspection, how to prepare yourself and your team and video interviews from fellow teachers.