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04 June 2013

Science lessons in primary and secondary schools are good, but assessment is not robust enough

Standards in the majority of science lessons in primary and secondary schools that were visited as part of a survey by Estyn inspectors are good or better. But there are some shortcomings, including in teachers’ assessment of science in nearly all the primary schools and half of the secondary schools visited. Read more >

06 February 2013

Consultation on changes to Estyn inspections

Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales, and the Welsh Government have launched a joint public consultation on proposed changes to the frequency of inspections and the notice period given to schools and other providers. Read more >

29 January 2013

Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales 2011- 2012

Strong leadership at all levels is key to improving standards of education and training in Wales, according to Ann Keane, Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales. Read more >

31 January 2012

Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales 2010-2011

Today, Ann Keane, Chief Inspector of Estyn, publishes the Annual Report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education 2010-11, an overall assessment of standards and performance of schools, education Read more >

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