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The head of strategic development for Ofsted, Amy Finch, has announced that Ofsted’s new framework will make their reports more accessible for parents. From September 2019, Ofsted’s revised framework will aim to improve parental communication by using clearer language and removing any technical jargon in reports. According to Amy Finch, parents have also requested that reports should include the “experience of going to school, and how the school that they send their child to is different from others”. This shift acknowledges and promotes parents as important stakeholders in education. The director of campaign group Parents and Teachers for Excellence, Mark Lehain, said this would be welcomed if Ofsted “can find a consistent way to share useful insights on schools, that doesn’t place a burden on staff during inspection.”

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