by Joanna Feast, 25 February, 2019

Mapping Jigsaw 11-16 to the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework 2019

The education inspection framework has been devised by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector for use from September 2019. It sets out the principles that apply to inspection, and the main judgements that inspectors make when carrying out inspections of maintained schools, academies, non-association independent schools, further education and skills providers and registered early years settings in England.

The education inspection framework applies to the inspection of different education, skills and early years settings to ensure comparability when learners move from one setting to another. It supports consistency across the inspection of different remits.

As well as providing a judgement on the school’s ‘overall effectiveness’, inspectors will also make graded judgements on the following key areas using the 4-point scale:

  • quality of education
  • behaviour and attitudes
  • personal development
  • leadership and management.

The grids and text below explain how Jigsaw 11-16 contributes to the Ofsted expectations for ‘personal development’ and ‘behaviour and attitudes’.

Jigsaw’s whole-school approach, emphasis on positive relationship with self and others and its underpinnings in mindfulness philosophy and practice, add to the ethos and culture of the school as well as providing an effective and comprehensive PSHE Programme.

Inspectors will consider intent, implementation and impact in relation to the 4 key judgements.


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