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Welcome to our latest Traded Services for Schools website, which highlights all of the current services, training and support now available to schools and colleges, academies, Sixth Form Colleges and other academic organisations across London.

We have worked hard to review and combine our school support services into a comprehensive offer. This provides a fantastic opportunity to work more closely with schools to improve, re-shape and develop support services of an excellent and professional quality best suited to your needs and changing requirements over the course of the year.

We want to work closely with you to ensure that this process of improvement and development remains firmly in place. We wish to be your provider of choice for schools’ support and advice and to provide you with the development and training which you need.
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Ofsted - Changes to short Inspections - January 2018
11 Dec
Ofsted will go ahead with reform of the short inspections system following a recent consultation. Since 2015, schools previously judged ‘good’ have received short one day inspections that do not result in a full set of judgements but are converted to a full inspection if inspectors do not find sufficient evidence that a school remains ‘good’. From January 2018, there will be four possible outcomes from a short inspection: if inspectors are confident that the school remains ‘good’, the school will receive a letter confirming this; another short inspection will take place in approximately 3 years (in line with the existing system); if there are “serious concerns about safeguarding, behaviour or the quality of education”, the school will receive a full inspection within 48 hours; if inspectors suspect that there has been a decline and the school is no longer ‘good’, the school will receive a letter setting out the findings and a full inspection will take place “typically within one to two years but no later than five years since the previous full section 5 inspection”; if inspectors believe that there has been an improvement towards ‘outstanding’, the school will receive a letter setting out the findings and a full inspection within two years.
Prevent and British Values best practice examples for Primary Schools
10 Feb
Attached are several (best practice) examples of how Prevent and British Values are being delivered in Schools in Haringey. Many thanks to the following who provided examples and presented to Haringey Primary Heads in February 2016; Anne Etchells, Headteacher at St Aidan's VC Primary, Elizabeth Davies, Coleridge Primary and Melisha Trotman, Headteacher Crowland Primary.
Statutory school polices 2014
19 Nov
This is the latest DfE guidance on statutory policies for schools.