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Early years organisations and teaching unions have given a lukewarm response to Ofsted’s plans to overhaul inspection.

Ofsted has launched a consultation on plans to change the way it inspects early years settings, schools and further education and skills providers.

Prospective childminders are facing long delays registering with Ofsted, putting many off joining the profession.

Ofsted has named the 22 expert members of the Early Years Pedagogy and Practice Forum, after receiving 1,400 applications.

Nurseries and pre-schools operating in large groups have a greater proportion of Outstanding grades, Ofsted’s annual report shows.

Children across England are missing out on special educational needs support, Ofsted’s annual report warns.

Children’s outcomes will become a less prominent feature of inspections, while the quality of education will become a key focus, Amanda Spielman announced today.

People who start working in settings before their criminal records check has come through should not be left in unsupervised contact with children, according to Ofsted guidance today.

A new damning report from the Public Accounts Committee on Ofsted’s performance calls for the Government to review the inspectorate’s approach.

Ofsted is calling for academics, researchers and practitioners to apply to take part in a new early years forum to debate early years teaching and practice.