Do you know how to evaluate the impact of learning outside and off-site visits in terms of their impact on outcomes for pupils?
In the document School inspection handbook, Ofsted explains that self-evaluation is intended to help schools to assess how well they are doing against the core areas set out in legislation. Ofsted do not want schools preparing solely for inspection purposes, but the headings and questions in our revised document 5.1c Learning outside and off-site visits: self evaluation using the Ofsted framework correspond to the Ofsted framework and will help schools to review and evaluate the effectiveness of their learning outside provision.
This document combines and replaces the information in three other previous Ofsted-related documents: 3.4p, 5.1d and 5.1e. These will be deleted.
You can download the revised document here.