New Ofsted social care chief hails era of intelligence-led inspections

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Yvette Stanley, Ofsted's new director of social care, says the latest children's services inspection framework focuses more on frontline social work practice and uses data analysis to identify emerging problems.

The new inspection of local authority children’s services sees inspectors spending more time observing frontline social work practice. Picture: nullplus/Adobe Stock
The new inspection of local authority children’s services sees inspectors spending more time observing frontline social work practice. Picture: nullplus/Adobe Stock

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