Episode 50: Ofsted’s new early years inspection - what does it mean in practice?


03rd February 2020

Episode 50: Ofsted’s new early years inspection - what does it mean in practice?

Caroline talks with Gill Quantrell, an experienced early years expert who leads EYFS and KS1 in a large primary in Devon and has designed and run an Early Primary PGCE course. In this episode, Gill and Caroline take a deep dive into some of the key content and terminology in the new early years inspection handbook and explain what it means in practice. Cultural capital? Three 'I's of curriculum? Beyond the data? Phonics teaching? Key characteristics of effective learning? We unpick them all in this podcast, an indispensable listen for anyone in EYFS teaching or primary senior leadership.

Episode 50: Ofsted’s new early years inspection - what does it mean in practice?
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