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- Jade MayJean: Life after The Voice
- Bury St Edmunds home fix wins 'surprising' Instagram following
- Revenge porn laws 'not working', says victims group
- Essex family completes FA Cup journey with final tickets
- Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement Bill 'should include public vote'
- Prince William opens up about mental health pressures
- World War Two veteran returns to Italy 75 years on
- The 'Brown Babies' who were left behind
- Source of east coast dog death poison still a mystery
- East Anglian Air Ambulance on Cambodian bar advert
BBC Somerset News Feed
- W Series: Jamie Chadwick second in Belgium but retains series lead
- County Championship: Rain ruins final day as Somerset and Surrey share draw
- Yeovil Town Ladies: Championship licence denied and club to go down two tiers
- John 'Goldfinger' Palmer: Trial could 'change loyalties'
- Ex-teacher at Taunton School cleared of indecent assault charges
BBC Oxford News Feed
- RAF Brize Norton Hercules captured in mid-air photoshoot
- Oxfordshire's Big Picture
- Five things from Oxfordshire
- Maja O'Brien: Body in stream identified as missing flautist
- UK knife crime: The first 100 fatal stabbings of 2019
- Florence Waters: Journalist died on 'vision quest' meditation
- Prince Harry accepts damages over Splash News Agency photos
- 2019 European elections: How many new MEPs might you get?
- Singing makes Sam with Down's syndrome 'feel more alive'
- Pregnant at Oxford University: Juggling motherhood with studying
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- Duchess of Cambridge posts 'sneak peek' of Chelsea show garden
- Cray Valley lose to Chertsey in Vase final
- British Podcast Awards: George The Poet and Brexitcast win
- Commuters braced as railway timetables change
- How National Gallery's art was hidden from Hitler in WW2
- Tottenham angry over 'lenient' £17,500 Uefa fine for Barcelona
- London protest held in support of British NI veterans
- Tyler, The Creator: 'Rowdy' crowd stops rapper's Peckham gig
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park walkway named after Tessa Jowell
- Rallies held for British soldiers facing NI charges
Press release: Ofsted’s new inspection arrangements to focus on curriculum, behaviour and development
Ofsted has published the outcome of the consultation on its new education inspection framework, which will take effect from September 2019.
New research for Ofsted finds that a quarter of teachers have seen off-rolling happen in their schools.
The Chief Inspector speaks about Ofsted's new education inspection framework and some current challenges for schools.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector discussed her visits to 3 schools in the North Yorkshire Coast Opportunity Area and the new inspection framework consultation.
Press release: 9 out of 10 parents know the Ofsted rating of their child’s school or childcare provider
Ofsted’s latest parents survey found that 9 out of 10 parents know the Ofsted rating of their child’s school or childcare provider – underlining the clarity of the grading system.
Ofsted has sent surveys to social care providers to find out about the experiences of the children, parents, staff and professionals involved.
Ofsted has published detailed figures revealing the scale of the problem with suspected illegal schools in England.
Ofsted's Deputy Director for Schools discussed the new education inspection framework and initial feedback from pilot inspections.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector gave a speech at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Muslim Teachers' Association.
Ofsted will be operating a limited period of pre-election silence for local elections. As a result we will delay publication of some inspection reports until after 3 May 2019.
The Chief Inspector discussed the apprenticeship landscape, current challenges that providers face and Ofsted's approach.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector spoke at the ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders) Annual Conference 2019 in Birmingham.
Ofsted has published a new joint inspection framework for secure training centres (STCs) that promises to focus even more closely on those are judged inadequate.
Amanda Spielman discusses Ofsted's report on knife crime. The report looks at exclusions, working with agencies and education about staying safe.
New knife crime research looks at how schools, colleges, and pupil referral units (PRUs) in London protect children from knife violence in school.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector discussed the new education inspection framework and what it means for physical education and sport.
Yvette Stanley reflects on the success factors in different models of practice that local authorities use when working with children and families.