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  1. Chief Inspector's Report 2006-2008

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  2. Post-Primary Education including Sixth Forms Chief Inspector's Phase Report

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    The Inspectorate’s new standard model of inspection for post-primary schools has increased substantially the focus on leadership and management, complementing the emphasis given to school self-evaluation and self-improvement. In all post-primary inspections, teachers’ questionnaires have been introduced to enable the staff to express their views on their school’s provision. The Inspectorate has also introduced area inspections, initially in the greater Newry and Coleraine areas, with the purpose of assessing the effectiveness, within a defined area, of the provision of education and training for 14-19 year olds in preparing them to progress to further education, training or employment.

  3. Post-Primary Education including Sixth Forms Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The Inspectorate’s new standard model of inspection for post-primary schools has increased substantially the focus on leadership and management, complementing the emphasis given to school self-evaluation and self-improvement. In all post-primary inspections, teachers’ questionnaires have been introduced to enable the staff to express their views on their school’s provision. The Inspectorate has also introduced area inspections, initially in the greater Newry and Coleraine areas, with the purpose of assessing the effectiveness, within a defined area, of the provision of education and training for 14-19 year olds in preparing them to progress to further education, training or employment.

  4. Special Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

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    Over 50,000 pupils in mainstream schools have special educational needs and require additional support to access the curriculum and make progress in learning. In addition, almost 4,500 pupils are educated in 48 special schools employing around 600 teachers and 872 classroom assistants. Some 180 units provide education for pupils with special needs in mainstream settings.The evidence for this section is based on the inspections of 18 special schools, with follow-up inspections in four, and the findings of eleven surveys. The Inspectorate also produced classroom guidance materials related to autism and dyslexia. District inspectors made more than 50 visits to special schools, during which lessons were observed and discussions...

  5. Special Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    Over 50,000 pupils in mainstream schools have special educational needs and require additional support to access the curriculum and make progress in learning. In addition, almost 4,500 pupils are educated in 48 special schools employing around 600 teachers and 872 classroom assistants. Some 180 units provide education for pupils with special needs in mainstream settings.The evidence for this section is based on the inspections of 18 special schools, with follow-up inspections in four, and the findings of eleven surveys. The Inspectorate also produced classroom guidance materials related to autism and dyslexia. District inspectors made more than 50 visits to special schools, during which lessons were observed and discussions...

  6. Alternative Education Provision Chief Inspector's Phase Report

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    During 2005-06, the Inspectorate recorded 39 AEP centres providing education for some 930 pupils aged 11-16 years who were not attending mainstream schools. These pupils have increasingly complex behavioural and social difficulties, including drug and alcohol-related problems. Many of them are involved with juvenile justice and a growing number are under the care of Health and Social Services. A very small, but worrying, number of pupils self-harm and need appropriate counselling support.

  7. Alternative Education Provision Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    During 2005-06, the Inspectorate recorded 39 AEP centres providing education for some 930 pupils aged 11-16 years who were not attending mainstream schools. These pupils have increasingly complex behavioural and social difficulties, including drug and alcohol-related problems. Many of them are involved with juvenile justice and a growing number are under the care of Health and Social Services. A very small, but worrying, number of pupils self-harm and need appropriate counselling support.

  8. Further Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

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    In 2004 DEL published FE Means Business, which sought to secure for further education a particular mission and vision within The Northern Ireland Economic Vision (2004) and DEL’s Skills Strategy (2004). All three documents9, while recognising the particular difficulties faced by Northern Ireland in the past, focus on the need for the region to face the future through catching up and competing with strong international economies. In particular, FE Means Business re-affirms the sector’s aims to strengthen economic development, increase its provision in the six skill areas identified as priority, promote Lifelong Learning, enhance social cohesion, and advance the individual’s skills and learning. Over the 2004-06 period, DEL...

  9. Further Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    In 2004 DEL published FE Means Business, which sought to secure for further education a particular mission and vision within The Northern Ireland Economic Vision (2004) and DEL’s Skills Strategy (2004). All three documents9, while recognising the particular difficulties faced by Northern Ireland in the past, focus on the need for the region to face the future through catching up and competing with strong international economies. In particular, FE Means Business re-affirms the sector’s aims to strengthen economic development, increase its provision in the six skill areas identified as priority, promote Lifelong Learning, enhance social cohesion, and advance the individual’s skills and learning. Over the 2004-06 period, DEL...

  10. Pre-School Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    During 2005-06, revised procedures for all pre-school inspections were introduced, shortening the period of notification, reducing the preparation required by leaders and completing the inspection process more quickly. Questionnaires for members of staff and management groups were included to complement those already available for parents/carers.

  11. Pre-School Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    During 2005-06, revised procedures for all pre-school inspections were introduced, shortening the period of notification, reducing the preparation required by leaders and completing the inspection process more quickly. Questionnaires for members of staff and management groups were included to complement those already available for parents/carers.

  12. Primary Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    In order to support further the primary schools’ capacity for self-evaluation leading to self-improvement, a new short inspection (SI) was introduced in 2005-2006, following an extensive process of consultation. The SI focuses on the quality of the schools’ self-evaluation and agenda for improvement. A key element is the evaluation of how effectively the Principals and senior management teams (SMTs) use development-planning and action-planning to promote the highest possible standards in the children’s behaviour, personal development and academic attainment. In all inspections, there is now a greater emphasis on evaluating the schools’ capacity for self-improvement and on the use of comparative data about performance.

  13. Primary Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    In order to support further the primary schools’ capacity for self-evaluation leading to self-improvement, a new short inspection (SI) was introduced in 2005-2006, following an extensive process of consultation. The SI focuses on the quality of the schools’ self-evaluation and agenda for improvement. A key element is the evaluation of how effectively the Principals and senior management teams (SMTs) use development-planning and action-planning to promote the highest possible standards in the children’s behaviour, personal development and academic attainment. In all inspections, there is now a greater emphasis on evaluating the schools’ capacity for self-improvement and on the use of comparative data about performance.

  14. Teacher Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The current comprehensive Review of Teacher Education has a particular focus on early teacher education and continuing professional development (CPD). The Review has been underpinned by sound fundamental principles that stress the importance of meeting the needs of individual teachers and schools and developing a joined-up approach to provision at all stages. It is expected that policy proposals resulting from the Review will go out for consultation in the spring of 2007.

  15. Teacher Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The current comprehensive Review of Teacher Education has a particular focus on early teacher education and continuing professional development (CPD). The Review has been underpinned by sound fundamental principles that stress the importance of meeting the needs of individual teachers and schools and developing a joined-up approach to provision at all stages. It is expected that policy proposals resulting from the Review will go out for consultation in the spring of 2007.

  16. Teacher Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The current comprehensive Review of Teacher Education has a particular focus on early teacher education and continuing professional development (CPD). The Review has been underpinned by sound fundamental principles that stress the importance of meeting the needs of individual teachers and schools and developing a joined-up approach to provision at all stages. It is expected that policy proposals resulting from the Review will go out for consultation in the spring of 2007.

  17. Teacher Education Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The current comprehensive Review of Teacher Education has a particular focus on early teacher education and continuing professional development (CPD). The Review has been underpinned by sound fundamental principles that stress the importance of meeting the needs of individual teachers and schools and developing a joined-up approach to provision at all stages. It is expected that policy proposals resulting from the Review will go out for consultation in the spring of 2007.

  18. Training Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    Over the period 2004-2006, Jobskills remained DEL’s primary vocational training programme for young people and continued to make a significant contribution towards its strategic objectives. A number of factors have led to a fundamental review, including the low rate of unemployment, the developing role of Sectoral Skills Councils, the developments within 14-19 provision, and the opportunity to consider elements of a pre-apprenticeship programme. In addition, there were criticisms of Jobskills by the Northern Ireland Audit Office and the House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts. Training for Success, the new professional and technical training programmes designed to provide flexibility, individual choice and a wide range of career pathways will...

  19. Training Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    Over the period 2004-2006, Jobskills remained DEL’s primary vocational training programme for young people and continued to make a significant contribution towards its strategic objectives. A number of factors have led to a fundamental review, including the low rate of unemployment, the developing role of Sectoral Skills Councils, the developments within 14-19 provision, and the opportunity to consider elements of a pre-apprenticeship programme. In addition, there were criticisms of Jobskills by the Northern Ireland Audit Office and the House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts. Training for Success, the new professional and technical training programmes designed to provide flexibility, individual choice and a wide range of career pathways will...

  20. The Youth Service Chief Inspector's Phase Report

    ETI
    The youth service makes an important contribution to the personal and social development of young people. The ELBs make direct provision for around 130 youth clubs and eleven residential centres within the statutory sector. Most youth groups are within the voluntary sector, which includes uniformed, church and community organisations. The children and young people who use the youth service do so by choice and in their own free time; some 160,000 of those in the 4-18 age range are currently involved with the youth service.

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