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British values statements on school websites
Are there examples of school website statements on British values? We link to a variety of school websites that provide a statement about British values. We also link to further information about the requirement to promote British values, and relay expert advice on writing a values statement.
Keeping your school website compliant: requirements and guidance
We understand that ensuring your school website is compliant is an important task as Ofsted inspectors will usually check it during inspection. We set out what information must be published online, and explain that the GDPR does not require you to publish specific information online.
PE and sports grant reporting: requirements and template
Get up to speed with what information you need to publish about the primary PE and sport premium on your website. You'll also find a template report.
Publishing governors' attendance online: requirements and examples
How do schools display governors' attendance at meetings online? Maintained schools and academies must publish information about governors' attendance at full governing body and committee meetings. We relay expert advice on presenting the information and link to examples from schools.
Publishing governors' pecuniary interests
Find out about the requirements for publishing business and pecuniary interests in academies and maintained schools, and see examples of registers of interests that schools have published.
Publishing information online: requirements for academies
See what information you need to publish online, and understand the situation in nurseries and schools with small cohorts, as well as when to link to a MAT website. Ofsted's expectations are also set out for your reference.
Publishing information online: requirements for maintained schools
See what information you need to publish on your website, and understand the situation in nurseries, pupil referral units and schools with small cohorts. Ofsted's expectations are also set out for your reference.
Publishing information: requirements for independent schools
What information must independent schools make available? We set out the information that independent schools are required to make available to parents and what information they must publish on their website, when they have one. You’ll find a KeyDoc checklist to help you audit your compliance.
Pupil premium information: what you must publish
You’re required to publish how your school uses its pupil premium funding on your website. Find out exactly what you need to include and take a look at how other schools present their information.
Safeguarding statements on school websites
Are there examples of safeguarding statements on school websites? In this article, we link to examples of the statements that primary, secondary and special schools use to introduce their safeguarding policies and documents.
School website: publishing information about the governing board
Find out what governing board information you're required to publish on your school website, and download our checklists for maintained schools and academies to make sure you haven't missed anything out.
School websites: accessibility
Must schools make their websites accessible? We explain that schools should ensure their websites are accessible and look at how to do this. We also look at accessibility statements and include examples of what individual schools are doing to improve accessibility.
School websites: publishing curriculum information
Know what you need to publish on your website about your school's curriculum, and see examples of what other schools publish.
Special schools: publishing performance data online
Find out how to handle confidentiality concerns when publishing performance data on your website, and what else you can include with the data when you feel it doesn't accurately reflect the work of your school.
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