Ofsted dismisses calls to temporarily suspend early years inspections due to Covid

Katy Morton
Wednesday, January 5, 2022

As Nursery World reported yesterday, the NDNA wrote to Ofsted calling for routine early years inspections to be put on hold because of ‘unsustainable’ levels of staff absences, however the inspectorate has now confirmed inspections will continue as normal.

The NDNA wants routine inspections to continue to be put on hold for the next few weeks PHOTO Adobe Stock
The NDNA wants routine inspections to continue to be put on hold for the next few weeks PHOTO Adobe Stock

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