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Junior Inspectors to lead short inspections.

Junior Inspectors to lead short inspections.

Ofsted will allow 25 junior inspectors who signed up to a fast-track training programme with a cash incentive to lead new short inspections.

Payments of £5,360 were made to 25 junior inspectors for a 10-day training programme to prepare them to lead short inspections – a new form of one or two-day visits to schools previously rated ‘good’ – according to a Freedom of Information request by Schools Week.

Less-experienced inspectors would not normally lead inspections, but recruitment issues at the and the new short inspections framework has forced Ofsted to train more junior staff.

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