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Role of the school office in an Ofsted inspection

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Last updated on 15 May 2018
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Ofsted's framework doesn't specifically refer to the role of the school office during an inspection, but inspectors may have informal discussions with your office staff. Find out what they should know, and how your office team can support with inspection preparations.

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  1. 1 No requirements for the school office
  2. 2 What your office staff should know
  3. 3 Possible questions
  4. 4 Practical preparation for inspections

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