‘Inadequate’ children’s services targeted as Ofsted outlines plans to restart inspection visits


Local authority children’s services departments rated “inadequate” by Ofsted will be the focus of visits from inspectors following the Covid-19 pandemic, the inspectorate has said.

Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman said enforcement powers would be used to address serious concerns. Picture: Ofsted
Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman said enforcement powers would be used to address serious concerns. Picture: Ofsted

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