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Successful Early Years Ofsted Inspections

Successful Early Years Ofsted Inspections
Thriving Children, Confident Staff

Second Edition
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April 2020 | 160 pages | Corwin UK
The thought of a looming Ofsted inspection can send even the most positive practitioner into a panic. Julian Grenier leads you through the new updated Ofsted framework, and shows you how to navigate the process. He focuses on doing what is best for children and families to build long-lasting and effective provision that can be maintained before, during and after inspection. 
This new edition includes:

• More downloadable templates and resources
• Detailed coverage of the curriculum, and the new ‘Quality of education’ judgement
• Guidance on working with parents and carers to ensure their voices are part of the Ofsted inspection process

This book is ideal for Headteachers, EYFS co-ordinators, Nursery Managers and Early Years practitioners. 
Contents Page
About the Author
Photocopiable Resources
Part 1- Developing the Professionalism, skills and confidence of your staff team
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Basics
Chapter 3: Building staff skills, professionalism and morale to create and sustain effective EYFS practice
Part 2 - Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework for the early years
Chapter 4: Ofsted's New Education Insepction Framework
Chapter 5: The Education Inspection Framework, Quality of Education
Chapter 6: The Education Inspection Framework - Behaviour and Attitudes
Chapter 7: The Education Inspection Framework - Personal Development
Chapter 8: The Education Inspection Framework - Leadership and Management
Chapter 9: Bringing it all together - How effective is your early years provision
Part 3 - Your Inspection Day and Beyond
Chapter 10 - Inspection Day - Being Confident and Ready for Your Inspection

Julian Grenier

Dr Julian Grenier is the headteacher of Sheringham Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Newham, London. Julian has worked in the early years for the last three decades. He has a doctorate in education (EdD) from the UCL Institute of Education. Julian is a regular columnist for the Times Educational Supplement. He has also contributed regularly to Nursery World and has written and co-written several bestselling books about early childhood education. Julian has advised the Department for Education on early years under Conservative, coalition and Labour administrations. He is the director of the East London Research School. More About Author

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