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Sharing good practice

Inspection & Quality
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Skills for Life Network

Ofsted has launched a website area showcasing good practice across the sectors that it inspects and regulates.

The case studies focus on good practice that other providers can use to improve their work.

The site will have examples from schools, adult learning and skills, and children and families services across the country. Examples from early years and childcare will be included from September.

These case studies are written by Ofsted inspectors following a visit to the provider to investigate a lead about good practice, which has usually been identified during an inspection.

Click here to visit the Good Practice area on the Ofsted website

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